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David | Transitioning USAF Chief Master Sergeant | Surprise, Arizona
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  •  11 Years of Leadership Experience in Training Institutions
  • Detail oriented, self-motivated leader who values integrity with experience in managing, guiding and leading large technical training institutions. 
  • Proven expertise in facilitating strategic level organizational design teams, developing comprehensive templates and processes to orchestrate $M projects. 
  • Implements and directs cross-functional teams in accordance with organizational goals. 
  • Skilled at aligning corporate vision, strategic goals and regulatory compliance to oversee and develop environments which inspire highly effective teams to organizational and professional successes. 

David - Transitioning USAF Chief Master Sergeant

  • Recognized for professionalism, positive attitude, commitment to excellence and proven ability to train people to have high levels of confidence, excitement and enthusiasm.
  • Comfortable communicating with Executives, management, peers, vendors, staff and clients.
  • Cross-functional expert in strategic business planning, operations, buying, personnel resources and finance.

Contact Details

United States



Work Experience

Work Experience
• Chief of Training Development
Wright State University
2012 – 2013 (1 year)Fairborn, OH
- Focused on course design and development; all strategic planning, forecasting, management and marketing relating to course development for national center for medical readiness.
- Developed, wrote and published curricula and training platform materials with focus on emergency response in challenging environments.
- Performed comprehensive research in needs of target populations.
- Oversaw recruitment of seven adjunct instructors and developed 11 courses.
- Led establishment of supporting infrastructure including: Office e-filing system and SharePoint access.
- Introduced standardized course templates to allow internal development of new courses and organizational metrics and strategic goals which allowed for monitoring of course performance.
- Secured two separate storage areas and implemented processes to manage inventory distribution to assure fast and effective distribution of $3M+ in inventory.

• Group Superintendent (CLO & HRM)
United States Air Force
2007 – 2012 (5 years)Wichita Falls & San Antonio, TX
- 937th Training Group: Oversaw 1.3K members for medical technical training center and average student load of 8K; trained 48K+ medics.
- 882nd Training Group: Oversaw 1.3K members for medical technical training center and average student load of 8K; handled transition to $1.2B campus.
- 882nd Training Group: Oversaw 1.4K members, average student load of 2K, maintained 20% increase in student production rate, maintained 170 courses and 14 accreditations.
- 383rd Training Squadron: Oversaw 680 members, average daily student load of 600 and transformed enlisted nursing and EMT courses to meet Department of Defense needs.
- Responsible for all operations including CLO and HRM centric roles, 158+ courses, 1.5K students per day, 600 enlisted staff and 6 person management team.
- Directed curriculum development, equipment acquisition and delivery, staff development, training, safety and morale.
- Assured continued global medical capability for Department of Defense as trainer to 48K+ combat medics, corpsmen and medical technicians annually.
- Increased student success in passing medical technician exam by 27% and saved $2M on test preparation curricula overhaul.
- Mentored three enlisted members into USAF officer commissioning programs.

• Superintendent 95th Medical Operations Squadron
United States Air Force
2006 – 2007 (1 year)Edwards AFB, CA
- Assured base of 9K received world class medical care.
- Managed all operations of healthcare organization with 200+ doctors, nurses, mental health professionals, physical therapists, dentists and supporting medics on staff.
- Liaised with commander regarding employment matters, employee engagement, morale, HR policies, procedures, staff development and strategy.
- Assured successful passing of health services inspection and achieved excellent rating in “Commander-level” operational readiness inspection.
- Developed and implemented comprehensive medical support strategy for annual air show with 70K+ attendees, drawing on both military and community volunteers.

• Director of Medcial Operations 820th SFG
United States Air Force
1997 – 2003 (6 years)Lackland AFB, TX & Moody AFB, GA
- Oversaw four remote site medical teams including: Organizational logistics, training, sustainment, professional development, awards, discipline and operating in austere or denied locations.
- Assured all medical pre-mission and continued medical screenings, intelligence, mission planning, preparations and training were conducted.
- Led the development of initial rapidly deployable medical support capabilities that supported 200+ members in remote environments for up to 30 days without resupply.
- Delivered medical care to service members in remote locations throughout Kuwait, Iraq, Kosovo, Albania and Egypt.
- Performed medical threat assessments and developed plans for emergency coverage.
- Implemented unit medical capability model that is still in use.
- Introduced focused recruitment program to attract and retain medical team paratroopers.
- Chosen to brief Pentagon think tanks and USAF senior force protection general regarding provision of care in remote and challenging areas.
- Selected by FBI medical director to train FBI hostage recovery team.

Past Employers
• Wright State University, United States Air Force

Preferred Roles

Preferred Roles
• Desired Job Title: Chief Master Sergeant
• Desired Industry: Any
• Location:Surprise, Arizona


Which languages do you speak?
English, italian, Spanish
Do you have a degree?
Master's degree, Human Relations, 3.90 GPA
University attended?
Universtity of Oklahoma
Schools Attended
Community College of the Air Force Associate's degree, Allied Health and Medical Assisting Services
Criminal Records Bureau Clearance


Hobbies & Interests
Continued growth/development, strong service commitment to community, transformational leadership, employee engagement/empowerment, leadership development, global travels, mutual respect for others and the pursuit of ever increasing challenges to overcome.
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