Daniel A.

Air Force 38F4 O-5, Active Duty

Randolph Air Force Base, TX

Years of Service: 33 years, November 1987 - Present

ETS July 2020


Experience

University Full Professor of Leadership and Department Chair, U. S. Air Force,
July 2017 - Present

Vice President (VP)/General Manager (GM), U. S. Air Force,
March 2015 - June 2017

Vice President of Division Operations, U. S. Air Force,
August 2013 - May 2015

Education

Masters of Administration, Central Michigan University,
April 2002 - May 2009

Work Experience

University Full Professor of Leadership and Department Chair July 2017 - Present

Air Force | 38F4 | O-5 | Lubbock, TX, USA

  • Provided oversight of the instruction of Phase III-Organizational/Business Unit Leadership, designed to enable individuals to lead organizational or separate business units in the market place.
  • Provided academic instruction and student academic support while performing tasks designed to ensure the quality and consistency of academic instruction.
  • Utilized appropriate technology for instruction and facilitated individual and group instructional activities.

Vice President (VP)/General Manager (GM) March 2015 - June 2017

Air Force | 38F4 | O-5 | Columbus AFB, MS, USA

  • Led and influenced subordinate operations managers and team leaders to accomplish critical tasks and achieve division objectives.
  • Demonstrated a unique capacity to assess business situations effectively and draw sound conclusions.
  • Collaborated to keep higher and lower headquarters, superiors, and subordinates informed of the key issues facing the division.

Vice President of Division Operations August 2013 - May 2015

Air Force | 38F4 | O-4 | Offutt Air Force Base, NE, USA

  • Coordinated with leadership, partners, and relevant business units to ensure production output and champion on time delivery goals were achieved.
  • Administered discipline, law, and order including dispositions and violations of company codes with assistance of human resources.
  • Applied continuous improvement strategies across the division operations, which includes the ability to introduce needed change, create excitement for change, and lead change initiatives in a matrix organization.

Top Skills

Skills Verified by Purepost

AWARDS

Lt Gen Norm Lezy Award

March 2017

Air Force Meritorious Service Medal

September 2013

Defense Meritorious Service Medal

August 2013

Air Force Commendation Medal

June 2012

Air Force Achievement Medal

January 2009

Air Force Commendation Medal

June 2008

Air Force Commendation Medal

May 2008

Air Force Commendation Medal

July 2005

Air Force Commendation Medal

October 2003

Air Force Commendation Medal

November 2002

Air Force Commendation Medal

November 2002

Air Force Achievement Medal

September 2001

Air Force Commendation Medal

September 1997

Air Force Achievement Medal

September 1994

Air Force Achievement Medal

March 1993

Air Force Commendation Medal

January 1991

Air Force Aerial Acheivement Medal

January 1991

Training and Certifications

Texas Tech University Leadership 1.0 Course

July 2017

US Air Force ROTC Instructor Course

June 2017

Joint Officer Contingency Planner Course

November 2014

Civil Service Supervisor Course

October 2010

Division Director of Operations Course

July 2010

Civilian Personnel Labor Relations Course

July 2010

Project Management Certificate

January 2009

EDUCATION

Masters of Administration, Public Administration

Central Michigan University, Mt Pleasant, MI, USA

April 2002 - May 2009 , GPA: 3.87

Bachelor of Science, Management/Human Resources

Park University, Parkville, MO, USA

September 1992 - August 1999 , GPA: 3.45