Sunday, August 18, 2013

DANIEL W. SCHULTZ, '76, moving back to Denver - Resume

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A results oriented leader with broad experience in strategic planning, program management, operations, logistics, performance management, training, sales, and marketing. Over 15 years of international management experience in Europe, Southwest and Central Asia. Trained in Six Sigma Black Belt techniques. Recognized as a team builder who is capable of focusing organizational strategic initiatives on operational results. Noted for the ability to creatively and innovatively accomplish difficult and complex missions under pressure, develop leaders, manage change, and exceed goals.
Engility, Afghanistan May 2013 - Present
Logistics Advisor (G4), ANASOC, 1st Special Operations Brigade: Advises and mentors the Logistics
Officer (G4) of the newly formed 1st Special Operations Brigade as the unit stands up the organization.
Operations are ongoing and the brigade is forming on schedule and within budget guidelines.

Engility (formerly L-3 MPRI), Kuwait 2010 - April 2013
Logistics Trainer, Strategic Planner and Liaison Officer (LNO): Served as a logistics subject matter
expert for the Warrior Training Alliance's Kuwait Based Training Team. Successfully trained US forces and
Jordanian allies on logistics issues prior to deployment to combat operations in Afghanistan. Served as an LNO between Engility, Raytheon (the prime contractor) and US Army Central Command (ARCENT). Coordinated with ARCENT staff sections to gain and maintain situational awareness of upcoming ARCENT training requirements and exercises. Recognized for the production of several key project plans as US forces withdrew from Iraq; assisted the development and planning of multiple key theater-shaping exercises, including STEPPE EAGLE, INFERNO CREEK, and FRIENDSHIP II. Instruction certified in Counterinsurgency (COIN), Staff Enabler Training (SET), SIPR Information Fusion (SIF), Full Spectrum Operations (FSO) and Decisive Action (DA).

L-3 MPRI, Kuwait 2005 - 2010
Director, Rapid Fielding Initiative: Operations Director for the US Army􀂶􀁖 Rapid Fielding Initiative
supporting OEF and OIF; the program provided soldiers with mission-essential, state-of-the-art individual and small unit equipment enhancing their lethality, mobility, and survivability on the battlefield. Responsible for the leadership, welfare, security, housing and performance management of 46 employees; accountable for Kuwait and Afghanistan warehouse operations, including a $35M inventory. Developed and implemented standard operating procedures, reporting systems, training, and policies, improving both internal and external
communications while enhancing operations. Improved the soldier customer experience by eliminating
inefficiencies and improving issue line processes, reducing soldier issue time 50%. Supported forward-deployed soldiers by executing numerous missions to forward operating bases in Iraq, Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Personally led missions into hostile fire zones. Executed numerous high-profile contingency missions, including support of Task Force Quake soldiers providing earthquake relief efforts in Pakistan and catastrophic loss efforts in Iraq. Negotiated and implemented multiple contracts with Kuwaiti companies for construction projects and logistical support, ensuring the US government received the best value.
Designed, implemented, and managed a shortage due-out tracking and issue system, eliminating a backlog of
equipment due to over 700 deployed units in four months. Moved to lead the newly-created CONUS Fixed Site Team in November, 2008. Reassigned to lead the OCONUS Team May-July 2010 during a key contract transition and closeout period. Closed out OCONUS contract operations with 100% inventory and property accountability to the government, ahead of schedule and under budget. Successfully briefed high-level executives and VIPs, including a former US Army Chief of Staff, the L-3 Communications Chief Executive Officer and numerous retired four-star general officers.

QWEST COMMUNICATIONS, Denver, Colorado 1999 - 2004
Manager, Program/Project Management: Responsible for the development and implementation of
numerous high priority projects in the Local Network Services (LNS) operations organization, a 24,000-
employee operation that provides telecommunications services to a 14-state region. Managed network LNS rollout an employee-generated product and services referral program; exceeded the 2004 target by 68%. Developed  key marketing strategies, including the integration of sales referrals through technicians' wireless devices.  Coordinated, developed and rolled-out a performance management and productivity improvement program plan, including new technician performance measures and all associated management reports. Productivity improved 8% returning over $28M in cost savings to the Local Network organization over a 24-month period. Attended Six Sigma Black Belt training.

KINETIC CONCEPTS INCORPORATED, Denver, Colorado 1996 - 1998
Territory Manager: Responsible for establishing and growing a distribution network for the rental and sales of
durable medical equipment to the home care market within a five-state Rocky Mountain region. Improved and expanded relationships with key national accounts within the region; increased sales by 42% during the first full year in the region, exceeding all assigned quotas; introduced and successfully marketed several new product lines, exceeding all sales projections.

MANSOUR GENERAL DYNAMICS LTD., Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 1993 - 1995
Data Manager: Coordinated program requirements and deliverables, including: data management, program
master schedules, management information systems, and controls on a US Government sale of logistics support and operational training for the M1A2 Abrams Main Battle Tank system to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ($152M contract). Developed major reporting systems and controls -- including a recurring monthly
comprehensive Project Status Report -- resulting in improved operational control for the Program Manager and timely delivery of contract requirements resulting in operations that remained on schedule and under budget.

Sales Representative: Managed a sales territory focused on the rental and sales of durable medical equipment to the long-term care market in the Dallas - Fort Worth metropolitan area: finished first six months in the territory 12% over the assigned quota; exceeded 1993 annual sales quota by the end of the third quarter, 1993.

BAXTER SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTS, Nashville, Tennessee 1991 - 1992
Sales Representative: Responsible for managing the sales of laboratory equipment and supplies to medical,
industrial, governmental, environmental, and educational research accounts in the middle Tennessee area.
Exceeded all quotas for sales and gross profit; received Regional Performance Award for 1991.

UNITED STATES ARMY, Continental United States and Europe 1983 - 1991
Armored Cavalry Officer: Held various combat arms leadership positions in the United States and Europe,
including: Tank Platoon Leader; Scout Platoon Leader; Tank Company Executive Officer; Operations Officer; Cavalry Squadron Maintenance Officer; Cavalry Troop Commander; and Regimental Plans and Exercises Officer. Key responsibilities included: leadership development and training of subordinates, standardization and delivery of unit training, deployment of personnel and equipment overseas, distribution of awards and discipline, and maintenance of vehicles and equipment. Awarded the Draper Combat Leadership Award in 1990 for leading the most combat-ready and well-trained unit in the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment (ACR).

Master of Business Administration: University of Colorado (1998)
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration: University of Arizona (1983, Distinguished Military Graduate)
United States Military Academy, West Point: attended (1976-1978)

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