Candidates

Below are some of the well-qualified candidates currently being assisted by JRP-Atlanta on their job search. For an introduction, further assistance, or more details on any of these candidates, please send inquiry to jim@jrp-atlanta.com or call 404-325-1001 for immediate assistance.

Qualified by Business Education, Customer Service and Administrative Experience: Highly Motivated with Strong Work Ethics: Available as Needed for Training, Overtime. Etc. Advanced Interpersonal Communication Skills: Operate Independently or Team Collaborator. Eager to Contribute and Grow with a Progressive Company with Quality Products or Services: Willing to relocate: Anywhere Authorized to work in the US for any employer WORK EXPERIENCE Facilities Manager Services - College Park, GA - May 2015 to April 2017 Class "A" Commercial & Retail Facility Operations Manage Capital Projects, Major Repairs and Maintenance Implement Preventative Maintenance; Provide Training & Safety Compliance Maintain all Building Systems: HVAC, Electrical, H2O, Fire Alarm, Access Controls, Supervise Engineering Staff, Various Vendors and Contractors Identify Cost Saving Opportunities to Reduced Annual Operating Budget Prepares Monthly, Quarterly, and Annual Engineering Reports Associate Instructor Georgia Piedmont Technical College - Piedmont, GA - August 2015 to May 2016 Requires Teaching Responsibilities for Credit Courses within the Industrial Division Class Instruction including Lecture, Laboratory Activities and Internet classes Developing Instructional Materials, Evaluating Students' Progress in Curriculum Achieving Instructional Goals and Objectives; Maintain Grades and Attendance Records Ensuring Safety and Security Requirements in Training Area Facilities Manager/ Chief Building Engineer Beacon Management - July 2012 to May 2015 Class "A" Facility Operations; Create Yearly Operating Budget Prepares Monthly, Quarterly, and Annual Engineering Reports; Client Relations Reports Prepared on Capital Projects, Major Repair and Maintenance, and Utility Data Project Management: Implement Preventative Maintenance: Identify Cost Saving Opp's Maintain all Building Systems: HVAC, Electrical, H2O, Fire Alarm, Access Controls, Supervise Maintenance Staff, Various Vendors and Contractors; Training /Safety Compliant Reduced Annual Operating Budget by 7%; Increased Revenue by 15% Assistant Facilities Manager/ Assistant Chief Engineer Jones Lang LaSalle - December 2008 to February 2012 Manage Daily Data Center and Class A Facility Operations; Create Yearly Operating Budget Prepares Monthly, Quarterly, and Annual Engineering Reports; Client Relations Reports Prepared on Capital Projects, Major Repair and Maintenance, and Utility Data Project Management: Implement Preventative Maintenance: Identify Cost Saving Opp's Maintain all Building Systems: HVAC, Electrical, H2O, Fire Alarm, Access Controls, FM-200 Supervise Maintenance Staff, Various Vendors and Contractors; Training /Safety Compliant Oracle Receiving and Access Management; 360 Facility; Obtains Competitive Vendor Bids Space Management Service Manager Colonial Properties Trust - January 2008 to December 2008 Maintain all Building Systems: HVAC, Electrical, H2O, Fire Alarm, Access Controls Delegate assignments and task to appropriate personnel. Supervise the Maintenance Staff, Various Vendors and Contractors Ordering Supplies, Tools, Equipment all within Budget: Implement Preventative Maintenance Schedule all Make-Ready/ Punch for Move-in. Complete Work Orders References Available Upon Request. Se Habla Pequito Espanol EDUCATION Bachelors of Business Management in Management & Facilities Management Kennesaw State University - Kennesaw, GA August 2015 to Present Associates of Business Management in Business Management Georgia Piedmont Technical College - Clarkston, GA December 2014 Associates of Applied Science in EPA Universal Georgia Piedmont Technical College - Clarkston, GA December 2011

Highly trained and qualified individual with unparalleled work ethic and over fifteen years of concrete experience seeking a superintendent position with an organization in which I could aid in advancing the company’s business as well as my own knowledge and experience. SKILLS  Excellent managerial capabilities including field operation supervision, safety oversight, and creative financial planning that increases profit and productivity.  Quality control in all aspects of the job that ensures every project is completed in a way that reflects positively on the company.  Manpower and jobsite coordination that guarantees maximized efficiency and cost-effectiveness. EXPERIENCE Construction Concrete Superintendent | June 2015– present  Supervise day to day jobsite projects while ensuring timeline completion.  Scheduling and organizing field operations in a way that safeguards projects from possible unforeseen adversities.  Coordinating with company owners and project managers on various developmental concepts for ventures both current and future. ASI Constructors | Pueblo, CO Concrete Superintendent | January 2011-June 2015  Supervise and instruct team members on daily tasks and safety procedures  Conduct daily safety meetings before every shift and ensure all measures are being followed by each crew member throughout the day  Plan, diagram, and layout work for current projects while simultaneously confirming all tasks are within code and specs Swaggart Brothers Construction | Lecanto, FL Concrete Foreman | July 2010-January 2011  Identify safety concerns and take precautions and measures to eliminate any hazards.  Monitor quality control for all aspects of the project including rebar, anchor bolts, and finish product.  Oversee foundation erection for high track trolley system. EDUCATION Eastern Florida State College 2015-present | Bachelors in Business

Professional Experience: Reputable Homebuilder, May 2017 - current Atlanta GA  Supervise day to day construction operations for active adult homes in the $400-600K price point  Supervise one additional builder and one finish manager  Inspect all homes to ensure quality construction while maintaining schedule  Recruit new trades/vendors as needed in order to maintain quality and scheduling  Lead on-site safety procedures to ensure OSHA compliant work site  Lead weekly communication meetings with sales consultants and home buyers Well known homebuilder, May 2015 – April 2017 Atlanta GA  Supervise day to day construction operations for homes in the mid $700-900K price point  Supervise one additional builder and one warranty manager  Inspect all homes to ensure quality construction while maintaining schedule  Recruit new trades/vendors as needed in order to maintain quality and scheduling  Lead on-site safety procedures to ensure OSHA compliant work site  Lead weekly communication meetings with sales consultants and home buyers Reputable homebuilder May 2013 – April 2015 Signature Builder Atlanta GA  Pull necessary permits  Supervise all trade partners and material delivery on a daily basis in order to maintain effective work flow  Perform daily site inspections to ensure quality construction and maintenance of building schedule  Perform daily inspections on erosion control measures  Meet with County/City inspectors, as necessary  Maintain communication with real estate agents (all builds) and/or home buyers (presales)  Process change orders, as necessary  Process all subcontractor/vendor invoices associated with the project  Monitor project costs to ensure alignment with established budget  Perform pre-closing homeowner orientation and walk-through  Warranty follow-up for first 60 days of ownership  Perform quality inspections during all phases of construction to verify trades adhere to company’s scopes of work Specialty Alloys April 2012 – May 2013 Sales Specialist Buford GA  Responded to customer inquiries via telephone, fax, and/or email to determine material availability and pricing  Entered orders into system for processing and shipment  New business development targeting potential accounts in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions  Understand and provide feedback to customers regarding capacities and potential  Coordinated with customers, operations, outside sales, and outside vendors (as needed) to expedite customer orders  Handled any customer complaints with regards to material, shipment, or billing  Performed any other assigned duties, including occasional travel to customers or vendors Reputable homebuilder, March 2011 – November 2011 Atlanta GA  Pulled necessary permits  Supervised all trade partners and material delivery on a daily basis in order to maintain effective work flow  Performed daily site inspections to ensure quality construction and maintenance of building schedule  Performed daily inspections on erosion control measures  Met with County/City inspectors, as necessary  Maintained communication with real estate agents (all builds) and/or home buyers (presales)  Processed change orders, as necessary  Processed all subcontractor/vendor invoices associated with the project  Monitored project costs to ensure alignment with established budget  Performed pre-closing homeowner orientation and walk-through  Warranty follow-up for first 60 days of ownership  Performed quality inspections during all phases of construction to verify trades adhere to company’s scopes of work xxxx Construction, LLC February 2007 – March 2011 Owner Braselton GA  Independently managed new residential construction in price points ranging from low $400’s - $2MM plus  Established budget for all labor/materials involved in construction process  Managed preconstruction meetings with development architectural control and/ home buyers, as necessary  Pull necessary permits  Supervised all trade partners and material delivery on a daily basis in order to maintain effective work flow  Performed daily site inspections to ensure quality construction and maintenance of building schedule  Performed daily inspections on erosion control measures  Meet with County/City inspectors, as necessary  Maintained communication with real estate agents (all builds) and/or home buyers (presales)  Processed change orders, as necessary  Processed all subcontractor/vendor invoices associated with the project  Monitored project costs to ensure alignment with established budget  Performed pre-closing homeowner orientation and walk-through  Warranty follow-up as needed Homes, LLC June 2005 - February 2007 Project Manager Braselton GA  Independently managed new residential construction in price points ranging from mid $500’s - $2MM plus  Established budget for all labor/materials involved in construction process  Managed preconstruction meetings with development architectural control and/ home buyers, as necessary  Pulled necessary permits  Supervised all trade partners and material delivery on a daily basis in order to maintain effective work flow  Performed daily site inspections to ensure quality construction and maintenance of building schedule  Performed daily inspections on erosion control measures  Met with County/City inspectors, as necessary  Maintained communication with real estate agents (all builds) and/or home buyers (presales)  Processed change orders, as necessary  Processed all subcontractor/vendor invoices associated with the project  Monitored project costs to ensure alignment with established budget  Performed pre-closing homeowner orientation and walk-through  Warranty follow-up Homes, Inc. November 2001 – June 2005 Construction Manager Buford GA  Managed new residential construction in price points ranging from mid $500’s - $2MM plus  Pulled necessary permits  Supervised all trade partners and material delivery on a daily basis in order to maintain effective work flow  Performed daily site inspections to ensure quality construction and maintenance of building schedule  Performed daily inspections on erosion control measures  Met with County/City inspectors, as necessary  Maintained communication with real estate agents (all builds) and/or home buyers (presales)  Processed change orders, as necessary  Reviewed all subcontractor/vendor invoices associated with the project  Monitored project costs to ensure alignment with established budget  Performed pre-closing homeowner orientation and walk-through  Warranty follow-up Southeast Culvert, Inc. August 1997 - October 2001 Purchasing Manager / Inside Sales Winder GA  Managed purchase of all materials associated with the manufacture of corrugated steel pipe  Monitored inventory of raw material and finished product  Managed day to day issues related to company’s property/casualty insurance, health insurance, and profit sharing portfolio  Prepared sales estimates based on blueprint take-offs  Assisted Plant Manager with other tasks as necessary Aetna Health Plans of Georgia April 1994 - August 1997 Account Executive Atlanta GA  Managed book of business associated with group health plans for employers with less than 500 employees  Sold required rate actions in order to maintain/increase market membership  Cross-sold other Aetna products (life insurance, disability, etc.)  Performed employee orientation/enrollment meetings as necessary Quotation Analyst February 1993 - April 1994  Prepared rate proposals for health insurance brokers and prospective customers  In-house sales Member Services Representative October 1991 - February 1993  Assisted plan members with inquiries regarding HMO benefits, claims payments, and physician contractual issues Education: Gainesville College – Gainesville GA Associates Degree of Business Administration February 1987 Continuing Education Courses: National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) certification for erosion control July 2001, State of Georgia Level 1A Erosion Control Certification January 2007, Renewed January 2013 OSHA 10 hour certification, July 2014 Computer Literacy: Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook Personal Interests: Participate in 5K, 10K, and obstacle run events Enjoy trout fishing and playing golf

OBJECTIVE To obtain a career position as Project Manager to further my growth in the construction and management fields, as well as use my knowledge and experience to improve and strengthen the construction and project management division of a potential employer SKILLS I feel that my strengths are relationship building, integrity, and strong work ethic. I enjoy bringing people together as part of construction projects. I also excel at applying the critical path method to all things in order to improve processes and timely task completion. My experiences have taught me how to quickly identify the opportunities and pitfalls of projects and their path. EXPERIENCE PROJECT MANAGER • CONSTRUCTION SERVICES• APRIL 2005 – PRESENT -Completed projects in the areas of commercial renovation, industrial, and government-based, ranging in size from $1,000-$6,000,000, including marketing, estimating, bidding, negotiating, executing, and closeout -Directly managed the office personnel and all other business personnel (approximately 15-20 people), as well as managed subcontractors while working with owners, insurance, bonding, financing, etc. for job completion -Qualifying Agent for Georgia GC License CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER • COMPANY INC • 2006 – PRESENT -Performed CFO duties for Company, Inc. and Architectural Glass Services -Oversaw bookkeeping activities, government compliance, preparation of all internal quarterly reporting, liaised with corporate accounting firm, coordinated and maintained banking/bonding/insurance relationships -Evaluated overhead budgets and expense items -Managed Owner contract review and subcontractor contracts & compliance ESTIMATOR/INTERN • CONSTRUCTION • JAN ‘05 – APR ‘05 PUBLIC BUILDING SERVICE INTERN•GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION•MAY ’03 – AUG ‘03 SURVEY CREW/ASSISTANT OFFICE ENGINEER/INTERN • ARCHER WESTERN CONTRACTORS • MAY ‘02 – NOV ‘02 *Personal and professional references and project experience available upon request. EDUCATION B.S. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION • MAY 2004 • GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOY -Graduated with High Honors -ACC Academic Honor Roll (all 4 years) -Named to GT’s All Academic Team for Football (highest GPA) 2003-2004 B.S. MANAGEMENT • MAY 2005 • GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY -Graduated with High Honors TECHNOLOGY SKILLS GENERAL COMPUTER Microsoft Office Suite with Enhanced use of Excel, Quickbooks Accounting Software, Share File by Citrix, DropBox, Various productivity software. CONSTRUCTION RELATED ProLog Project Management Software by Meridian, BlueBeam PDF software for construction, MS Project, Fast Track Schedule Software, AIA Contract Documents Software VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE OR LEADERSHIP Georgia Tech Football Letterman 2003 ROCK Bridge Ministries-Design and Construction Consultation for Tumaini Bethany Children’s Home and School near Nakuru, Kenya, as well as manual labor for the foundations of the first wing. June 2004 - June 2006 Oak Grove UMC Decatur, GA April 2007-Present -Youth Community Group Leader -4 years -Vacation Bible School Recreation Volunteer -Member of Trustees-3 years -UMM Barbecue volunteer -Deliver lilies and poinsettias for the homebound at holidays-ongoing Lakeside High School Community Football Coach 2012-2015 -Fellowship of Christian Athletes Team Huddle Leader -Offensive Line Coach Leadership Rockdale by Conyers-Rockdale Chamber of Commerce Class of 2015

OBJECTIVE To obtain a position as an Assistant Chief Engineer/Chief Engineer that would allow me to utilize my knowledge of mechanical systems and HVAC, facility maintenance and strong customer service skills to contribute to team goals, as well as support and improve building operation routines and procedures as required. Education Chattahoochee Tech College Marietta, GA 2013 to Present Building Facility Maintenance Tech Refrigeration Technology United States Army Bamberg Germany 2003 ULM Maintenance School Primary Leadership School Fort Hood, TX 2000 QUALIFICATIONS  Over 19+ years of successful mechanical and electrical systems maintenance, including 6 ½ years of successful military experience.  Proven ability to read, interpret, understand and follow equipment technical maintenance manuals.  Well develop leadership skills through military training and job experience.  Hands on approach to all projects and assignments.  Outstanding commitment to quality workmanship and highest levels of customer service.  Ability to train and empower staff.  Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing.  Comfortable working with all age groups.  Ability to multi-task and learn quickly. Work History Properties - GA 2012 to Present Operating Engineer  Maintain a 500,000 sf building.  Responsible for establishing and maintaining facility operating budget.  Responsible for balancing the facility operating budget for 3 consecutive years.  Formulated needed operating procedures and developed effective work methods.  Responsible for developing a budget operating platform as well as providing training on budget management for staff members who aren’t too familiar on how to properly management an operating budget.  Managed and coordinated training for the engineering team, to help enhance job proficiency.  Assist property management with quarterly variance report, as well as providing feedback.  Conduct monthly and quarterly inspections of all facility equipment.  Responsible for conducting electrical audits, fire and life safety audits as well as HVAC audits to help create an effective and safe work environment for all.  Conduct daily operations using Johnson Ctrl FX, as well as Angus tenant work order system.  Oversee the completion of major renovations and build-outs.  Assist property assistant manager with the designing and maintaining the facility irrigation system, as well as the landscaping.  Help set up and implement vessel inspection for fire life safety program.  Hire contractors when necessary.  Assist with work orders, to ensure that all tenants’ complaints and concerns are being cared for and not overlooked.  Meet with chief engineer on a monthly basis to go over the facility operating budget, as well as giving feedbacks on day-to-day work operations.  Oversee all fire and life safety operations. Established fire life safety manuals and training for management staff members as well as the engineering staff members.  Operate, inspect, repairs, and maintain all HVAC/electrical and plumbing equipment systems in assigned facility for maximum efficiency, operating results and life expectancy.  Maintain air duct systems as well as replacing air filters to ensure proper ventilation.  Performed weekly, monthly and quarterly PM’s on all mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems.  Provides support for other Granite asset within the Metro Atlanta Area, so that engineers could go on vacation as well as responding to family emergency situations.  Anticipate necessary repairs and keep records of past operating experiences.  Assisted in scheduling of contractors and organizing projects.  Install and troubleshoot parts for proper operations. US Army - 2005-2011 Lead Supervisor Mechanic  Responsible for a team of 45 wheel mechanics.  Enforce safety rules and regulations.  Responsible for inspections and evaluations of individual job performance.  Responsible for issuing daily work assignment, as well as conducting daily safety meetings.  Ensure that all work orders and invoices are processed properly and in a timely manner.  Maintain accountability and serviceability of all personnel and equipment.  Conduct inspection of all repaired vehicle.  Troubleshoot vehicle electrical circuits for amperage, voltage and continuity and make repairs as needed.  Assist QC and QA during final inspections of equipment and make correction of all faults.  Utilized technical manuals and technical bulletins to ensure military standards.  Inspect communication systems for operations and make repairs as needed. United States Army 2007-2010 Team Chief  Planned, organized, and executed unit level maintenance of wheeled vehicles, light trucks vehicles (less Bradley), self-propelled artillery systems, and fire control, armament, ground support, and powered driven chemical equipment  Enforced army rules and regulations in accordance with the uniform code of military justice (UCMJ)  Managed receipt, storage and issuing of ammunition and the maintenance of ammunition trucks.  Established and enforce shop fire and safety programs.  Diagnosed, tested and analyzed malfunctions of unit equipment.  Installed parts and troubleshooting.  Supervised the handling, storage, accountability and distribution of sensitive military items.  Supervised the performance of operator, crew and organization maintenance on section vehicles.  Directed emergency recovery and repair for all unit equipment.

SUMMARY Dedicated professional with experience in all aspects of facilities maintenance and construction. Ability to supervise, manage, and motivate peers. Experienced in HVAC, plumbing, electrical and full-life cycle of construction projects. Adept at high-level multitasking, simultaneously coordinating multiple projects, various trades and building positive rapport with all contacts. Proven commitment to project completion and a very strong work ethic. WORK HISTORY CBRE, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale, FL Building Engineer 2011 – 06/2017 Provided building maintenance for a group of 40 Walgreens stores to include HVAC systems, plumbing systems, electrical, hydraulic, and fire sprinklers. Prioritized workload to minimize drive times. Worked efficiently while building strong rapport with store managers. D. Gray, Inc. (property management) Margate, FL Chief Building Engineer 1997 – 2011 Provided building maintenance to include HVAC, plumbing, electrical and carpentry work encompassing commercial tenant buildouts. Instrumental in transforming a failed retail shopping center with 5% occupancy into a successful office park with 95% occupancy by directing tenant buildouts and improvements. The newly transformed office park was under one roof with 2 outparcels of 5,000 square feet each. VanDeGrift Construction Co., Inc. Davie, FL Construction Supervisor 1995 – 1997 Supervised the successful completion of an interior buildout for a branch of City National Bank of Miami, a $5M project located in Aventura, FL. Additionally, supervised and worked on the interior renovations of tenant office spaces, ranging in size from 1,000 square feet to 13,000 square feet. MILITARY SERVICE US Navy Jacksonville, FL Aviation Structural Mechanic 1987 – 1995 Supervised crew of 12 in airframes shop. Assessed tasks, managed workload and assigned work schedule. Additionally, supervised crew of 6 to rebuild a skeleton aircraft in eighteen months. Based on unique abilities as a Handyman Extraordinaire include “Back Seat” qualified in order to execute emergency repairs of downed aircraft abroad. EDUCATION / CERTIFICATIONS Atlantic Technical Center, HVAC, 2002 EPA Certificate, Universal, 2002 New Horizons Computer Learning Center, Course in MS Office, 2003 Florida State License as Certified General Contractor, 2007 BOMI Institute, Real Estate Management, 2011 REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY As a management professional, I am experienced in a range of administrative, financial, and analytical skill sets. I oversee all operational and financial aspects of properties. I am responsible for managing contracts, contractors and maintenance teams as well as tenant service, collections, revenue enhancements, capital improvements, information reporting and compliance with all company policies and applicable laws. I also have over 15 years experience in customer service, client account development, contract negotiations and other operational actions within supervisory administrative management. Additionally, my previous experience provides a range of skill sets in which I have independently developed, planned, coordinated, and executed all operational aspects of staff, sales, inventory, contract and event management. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Real Estate Manager December 2015 – May 2017 Well known commercial real estate company (Atlanta, GA) Two Class A commercial properties totaling over 700,000 sq. ft. • Developed and maintain strong business relationships with tenants, vendors and the local business community. Actively participating in the collections process by regularly communicating with tenants and appropriate regional staff, providing support as required. • Maintained frequent contact with tenants focusing on improving service delivery and client satisfaction. Processed correspondence with tenants, contractors and other third parties for Property Management staff. Ensure prompt resolution to tenant complaints • Coached, supervised, hired, disciplined, terminated, scheduled, and be responsible for work performed by all on-site personnel • Maintained and updated insurance certificate files for all contractors performing work at the properties • Managed the implementation of the monthly Operating budgets and Capitol Expenditures. Implemented the business plan at the property level including formulating and submitting monthly accruals, providing explanations for variances and any required financial reporting. • Planned, created and implemented both operating and capital budgets. • Reviewed, approved and coded payables. • Researched, calculated, and prepared end of year customer CAM Reconciliations. • Drafted, negotiated and managed cell site contracts with new and existing vendors, contractors and utility providers. • Analyzed contracts for content, clauses and definition of outstanding contractual matters. • Managed contracts in coordination with engineering staff and legal counsel. • Provided oversight to the site acquisition process relating to leasing, survey orders, work orders, permitting, and permit drawings. • Responsible for obtaining zoning, building permits, regulatory and all other related site acquisition activities within the allotted timeframe. • Prepared bid process specifications, progress, and supporting reports. • Monitored and managed all capital improvement projects in the building (s). • Managed building improvement projects in the building (s). • Engaged contractors and technical expertise to service the property in accordance with lease requirements and company standards. Solicit, negotiate and administer service contracts as required Commercial Property Accountant (Temporary) November 2015 – December 2015 Multi-Family (Atlanta, GA) Full cycle property accounting for thirty-eight properties; residential multi-family housing. • Reviewed accounts payable for approvals and coding. • Monitored and reviewed cash flow. • Performed CAM reconciliation • Recorded journal entries. • Tracked fixed asset, depreciation, and amortization. • Reviewed and reconciled general ledger accounts. • Performed month-end and year-end close procedures within deadlines. • Prepared quality, accurate, and thorough month, quarter and year-end financial reporting. Commercial Property Accountant (Temporary) August 2015 – November 2015 Colliers International (Atlanta, GA) Full cycle property accounting for seventeen properties; retail, commercial and industrial properties including facility management. • Recorded cash receipts, reviewed and reconciled accounts receivable • Reviewed accounts payable for approvals and coding. • Monitored and reviewed cash flow. • Prepared rent rolls • Performed CAM reconciliation • Recorded journal entries. • Tracked fixed asset, depreciation, and amortization. • Reviewed and reconciled general ledger accounts. • Performed month-end and year-end close procedures within deadlines. • Assisted in budget forecasting and expense recoveries. • Prepared quality, accurate, and thorough month, quarter and year-end financial reporting. Commercial Property Manager Mar. 2013 – Apr. 2015 Industrial Real Estate Company (Atlanta, GA) Property manager for 3.5M sq. ft. of industrial properties for a total of 70 customers; annual income approximately $9.0M for total portfolio. • Project manager for all tenant improvement projects, capital expenditures and landlord expenses for portfolio. • Managed the implementation of the monthly Operating budgets and Capital Expenditures. Implemented the business plan at the property level including formulating and submitting monthly accruals, providing explanations for variances and any required financial reporting. • Planned, created and implemented both operating and capital budgets. • Researched, calculated, and prepared end of year customer CAM Reconciliations. • Reviewed, approved and coded payables. • Drafted, negotiated and managed cell site contracts with new and existing vendors, contractors and utility providers. • Analyzed contracts for content, clauses and definition of outstanding contractual matters. • Managed contracts in coordination with engineering staff and legal counsel. • Provided oversight to the site acquisition process relating to leasing, survey orders, work orders, permitting, and permit drawings. • Responsible for obtaining zoning, building permits, regulatory and all other related site acquisition activities within the allotted timeframe. • Prepared bid process specifications, progress, and supporting reports. • Worked directly with leasing team and market officer to assess requests for proposal, renewal, and lease options for consideration. • Additional responsibilities with 3rd party broker(s), provide historical data for past/current tenants. • Provide lease/building/market analytics for acquisitions and disposition team in corporate office including: current leases, vendor contracts, and county code restrictions. Commercial Property Manager Dec. 2009- Sept. 2011 These functions are performed for four Class A medical facilities totaling over 400,000 sq. ft. • Developed and maintain strong business relationships with tenants, vendors and the local business community. Actively participating in the collections process by regularly communicating with tenants and appropriate regional staff, providing support as required. • Maintained frequent contact with tenants focusing on improving service delivery and client satisfaction. Processed correspondence with tenants, contractors and other third parties for Property Management staff. Ensure prompt resolution to tenant complaints • Coached, supervised, hired, disciplined, terminated, scheduled, and be responsible for work performed by all on-site personnel • Maintained and updated insurance certificate files for all contractors performing work at the properties • Managed the implementation of the monthly Operating budgets and Capitol Expenditures. Implemented the business plan at the property level including formulating and submitting monthly accruals, providing explanations for variances and any required financial reporting. • Planned, created and implemented both operating and capital budgets. • Reviewed, approved and coded payables. • Researched, calculated, and prepared end of year customer CAM Reconciliations. • Drafted, negotiated and managed cell site contracts with new and existing vendors, contractors and utility providers. • Analyzed contracts for content, clauses and definition of outstanding contractual matters. • Managed contracts in coordination with engineering staff and legal counsel. • Provided oversight to the site acquisition process relating to leasing, survey orders, work orders, permitting, and permit drawings. • Responsible for obtaining zoning, building permits, regulatory and all other related site acquisition activities within the allotted timeframe. • Prepared bid process specifications, progress, and supporting reports. • Monitored and managed all capital improvement projects in the building (s). • Managed building improvement projects in the building (s). • Engaged contractors and technical expertise to service the property in accordance with lease requirements and company standards. Solicit, negotiate and administer service contracts as required. Commercial Property Management Coordinator Nov. 2006-Dec. 2009 Boston Properties (Washington, D.C.) These functions are performed for two Class A commercial properties totaling over 600,000 sq. ft. Locations include eight retail tenants and seven office tenants. • Assisted in development of the annual Operating and Capitol Expenditures budgets and implement the business plan at the property level including formulating and submitting quarterly accruals, budget reforecast, providing explanations for variances and any required financial reporting. • Developed and maintained strong business relationships with tenants, vendors and the local business community. Actively participating in the collections process by regularly communicating with tenants and appropriate regional staff, providing support as required. • Maintained frequent contact with tenants focusing on improving service delivery and client satisfaction. Maintain familiarity with all sections of leases related to operating provisions, services/additional services, expenses, tenants use and landlords obligations. • Engaged contractors and technical expertise to service the property in accordance with lease requirements and company standards. Solicit, negotiate and administer service contracts as required. • Processed correspondence with tenants, contractors and other third parties for Property Management staff. • Maintain and update insurance certificate files for all contractors performing work at the properties. • Executed prompt accurate billing of tenant work orders for billable services on bimonthly basis. • Maintained the daily operation of an organized updated manual and electronic filing system for all properties, invoices, purchase orders, vendors, invoices, tenant work order billings and other general files. • Maintained schedule of all contractor work with tenants and staff. • Reviewed and authorize purchase orders and payments to vendors in accordance with company policy and contract guidelines. • Oversaw timely execution of the Loss Control Program and Emergency Response Planning. Ensure employees are trained, drilled and materials are updated periodically. • Investigated and reported all accidents/property damage to appropriate senior management authorities and insurance. Community Assistant/ Service Coordinator Sept. 2005-Oct. 2006 Greenbriar Condominiums (Greenbelt, MD ) • Developed and maintained strong business relationships with tenants, vendors and the local business community. Actively participated in the collections process by regularly communicating with tenants and appropriate regional staff, providing support as required. • Maintained frequent contact with tenants focusing on improving service delivery and client satisfaction. Maintained familiarity with all sections of leases related to operating provisions, services/additional services, expenses, tenants use and landlords obligations. • Engaged contractors and technical expertise to service the property in accordance with lease requirements and company standards. Solicited negotiated and administered service contracts as required. Reviewed and authorized purchase orders and payments to vendors in accordance with company policy. • Responsible for the overall operation and success of the community, as well achieving results and meeting goals related to customer sentiment, occupancy and retention, NOI, managing expenses, and other community performance expectations • Created and implemented strategic plans to meet individual and community performance goals and achieve market results that consistently exceed submarket occupancy and property performance. • Supported organizational objectives by communicating goals with of HOA Board and encouraging individual and team accountability • Planned and conducted quaterly association meetings. Inplemented all board directives as per meeting agenda and recorded meeting minutes. • Demonstrated a people driven attitude by building strong working relationships with my team members, HOA Board, leadership and support department team members • Maintained current knowledge and understanding of the industry, competition, and market, applying this knowledge to gauge the community’s success and improve results • Ensured community compliance with safety, industry, and state/city/federal regulations and requirements • Oversaw new development or rehabilitation of a community (i.e., market surveys/strategies, provide property management insight/input to construction team or contractor, walk unit, punch-out, etc.) Professional Skills • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access) • ANGUS - Tenant based service system. • Payables Nexus- Purchase Order and invoice payment system. • MRI, YARDI, KARDIN Property Financial Management Education B.S., Criminal Justice Studies, UMUC, Adelphi, MD 2006 Licensed GA Real Estate Agent Cobb County Licensed Notary

OBJECTIVE: Experienced safety professional that recommends and implements measures to protect workers from hazards and risks associated with the construction industry. Best practices include safety training/education, safety audits and workplace evaluations of personnel, environmental hazards, and equipment to ensure compliance to safety standards and government regulations. Experienced in behavioral based safety programs. EXPERIENCE: Civil & Commercial Construction Company: Atlanta, Ga. May 2017 until September 2017: Site Safety Manager and Trainer. Responsible for safety at this Phase 2 location. Responsibilities include conducting pre-shift safety analysis with the related crews. Overseeing safety on heavy equipment operations, and verifying operators are properly trained. Audits and mitigation of hazards and potential risks related. Conducts training at the corporate office for all project crews related to CPR/First Aid, DOT Flagging, Excavation/Trenching, Confined Space, rigging, crane awareness, and other topics as needed per project demands. General Contractor / Construction. Atlanta, Ga July 2015 until May 2017: Project Safety Manager for 2 high rise projects and adjacent multi-story parking decks. Responsibilities included overseeing the JHA-Job Hazard Analysis program through review and training. Conducted all incident investigations via root cause analysis procedures. Incidents were reviewed by a site safety committee that I implemented and chaired. Handled injury and property claims. Attended weekly progress meetings with subcontractor representatives where the focus was safety. Conducted daily/weekly/monthly safety audits, enforced corrective actions and follow up. Reviewed all safety manuals and revamped the site emergency action plans to make it site specific. Ensured company policies, local, state, and federal (OSHA) regulations were being met and exceeded. Construction Management Services Company. Atlanta, Ga. March 2012 until May 2015: Project Safety Manager: Marta, Brady Mobility Project. Marta Buckhead Station Entrance, and GADOT 400/85 Interchange. In charge of best safety practices, devoted full time to work site safety, implementing and maintaining the safety program for AWC and subcontractor’s forces, and all other activities as required by OSHA. Worked closely with the project management team in assisting or directing inspections, accident investigations, safety meetings, and enforcement of the Alertness Assurance Program. Responsible for records, logs, and reports as required by contractor, client, Federal, State, and Local regulations. Devoted to the health and welfare of the project personnel, public protection and reporting of equipment and material losses. Conducted required safety training as needed. Chairman of site safety committee. Vulcan Industrial Contractors, Inc. Birmingham, Al. November 2011 until February 2012. Safety Manager at Plant McDonough, (combine electrical generating plant construction.) Atlanta, Ga. Responsibilities included training employees in fall arrest systems and implementation, confined space, competent person training in scaffolding, crane operations/rigging, and hazardous communication. Conduct weekly safety meetings, JSA training, along with daily safety audits and inspections. Assist in first aid and record keeping of accidents/incidents. Morgan Corp, Inc. Spartanburg, SC. September 2010 until June 2011. Safety Manager at Plant Vogtle units 3 and 4. (Nuclear power plant construction). Waynesboro, Ga. Responsible for safety program management and administration through risk assessment and corrective action policies. OSHA regulations and inspections. Training and orientations of new employees. Hazard communication. Inspections and audits. Job hazard analysis/ pre-job planning through job safety analysis and training. Accident/incident investigations (including environmental response) Record keeping requirements. NRI Construction, Inc. Atlanta, Ga. May 2009 until June 2010. Safety Manager. Conducted training for all subcontractors and review of safety program as it related to site specifications. Competent person training in scaffolding, lifts, and trenching/excavations. Training for supervisors in daily toolbox safety topics and hazard awareness. Training for all trades regarding proper PPE, and fall protection. Specialized training for trades involved in lock out/tag out and arch flash. Heavy equipment inspection and certifications as it related to site demolition work. Fortune-Johnson General Contractors, Inc. Atlanta, Ga. September 2008 until April 2009. Project Safety Coordinator. Responsible for all aspects of safety at a specific project. Duties included daily safety toolbox talks with all trades, weekly safety meetings with supervisors, and ongoing training in scaffolding, lifts, fall protection, PPE, and SDS/Hazcom. Ensured that all aspects of crane operations were in compliance, that operators had proper certifications, and all subcontractors involved in precast concrete and structural steel lifts were trained. Oversaw formwork and finish work on large concrete pours. Coordinated with supervisors, workers, and local authorities regarding emergency action and fire prevention plans. Longfellow Development, Inc. Atlanta, Ga. April 2008 until September 2008 Erosion Control Consultant. Responsible for ensuring that company projects were compliant with local, state and federal guidelines regarding erosion control. Worked closely with municipal watershed departments on issues of erosion and solutions to these problems. D. R. Horton, Inc. Atlanta, Ga. September 2004 until February 2008. Construction Area Manager-Middle Georgia. Responsible for all single family construction, safety, development and warranty. Construction Area Manager-Atlanta Urban. (Multi-family). Responsible for all multi- family construction, safety, development and warranty. Prototyped numerous new plans into production. Project Manager. Responsible for production and quality control of two large projects within city limits of Atlanta. Duties included safety audits/inspections, hiring and training of new employees and venders. Superintendent. Single family projects throughout the Atlanta Metropolitan Area. Responsible for all aspects of construction from beginning of project until completion. EDUCATION/ TRAINING: OSHA 10 and 30 Hour Authorized trainer for the construction industry. Georgia Institute of Technology: Atlanta, Ga. OSHA Training Institute. Construction Safety and Health Certificate. Completed. *OTI 500- Train the trainer course in Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the construction industry. *OTI 510 Prerequisite for OTI 500 Course, covers all subparts of CFR 1926. *EST 7000- Scaffold safety for the OSHA “Competent Person”. *OTI 521 OSHA guide to Industrial Hygiene.*OTI 3110 Fall Arrest Systems. *OTI 3010 Excavation, Trenching, and Soil Mechanics. HAZWOPER 40 hour trained at Georgia Tech. EST 7124 Human Performance: Understanding Human Error. Georgia Institute of Technology: Dupree School of Management: Middle Management Program. St. Ambrose University: Davenport, Ia. 1990-1992. Majored in History and political Science. Western Carolina University: Cullowhee, NC. 1987-1989. Undergraduate studies. American Heart Association: Authorized trainer for BLS and Heart Saver CPR. This includes AED, First Aid, and child/infant CPR. U.S. ARMY: Honorable Discharge. August 1993 until August 1997. Sentinel, Guard of Honor, Tomb of the Unknown, Soldier, Arlington National Cemetery. Assistant Relief Commander. November 1996 until October 1997. Specialist-member of the First Presidential Marching Platoon, Honor guard Company, The Old Guard, Ft. Meyer, Va. December 1993 until November, 1995. Basic and advanced training at the U.S Army Infantry School, Ft. Benning, Ga. Airborne qualified. PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS: Board of Certified Safety Professionals: Approved to take the CHST (Construction Health and Safety Technician) exam and the SMS (Safety Management Specialist) exam. American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE): Member since 2011. American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA): Completed the Traffic Control Supervisor Training Course (08-2012), and completed the Traffic Control Technician Training Course (08-2012). National Safety Council: DOT Flagging Instructor. ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS/TRAINING: Harassment Prevention Training for Managers. Code of Business Ethics and Conduct. S1 Safety 1st Drug Testing Team: Certified Drug Testing Program. Plant Vogtle, Units 3 & 4: Behavioral Safety Program/ Safety: Risk and Error. Behavioral Safety Program: Critical Error Reduction Techniques. Core Foreman Series: Hazard Awareness, and Hazcom Training. EXCELS Program, Morgan Corp: Ensures operators are trained and heavy equipment is safe. Competent Person Training in: Fall Protection, Trenching and Excavation, Rigging/Signaling, Confined Space, and Scaffolding. MARTA-Level 1 Wayside Safety Authorization. Crane Awareness and Certified Rigger. Experienced with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel. References available upon request.

Innovative accountant with 10+ years of success delivering intuitive financial management solutions in support of diverse property and portfolio management operations. Analytical strategist with expertise in developing new policies and protocols to streamline accounting processes and enhance revenue growth. Tech savvy with expert knowledge of a wide range of accounting software and techniques. Natural leader with demonstrated expertise in the development of top-performing accounting teams. Articulate communicator adept at advising senior leadership regarding long-term financial strategies while cultivating positive relationships with construction managers, property management teams, and field accounting staff. Versatile and flexible, able to respond quickly to shifting priorities. Financial and Management Competencies • Business Accounting / Development • Fixed Asset Management • Cost Analysis and Reduction • Technology Systems / Integration • QuickBooks / MS Office / Oracle • Departmental Leadership / Training • Financial Package Analysis / Month End Reporting • Accounts Payable / Receivable / Collections • Budget Administration / Contract Management • Yardi Voyager & Payscan / Sage Fixed Assets CAREER EXPERIENCE COMPANIES , Atlanta, Georgia Controller, Real Estate Construction Accounting, 2016 – 2017 Lead construction accounting team and construction draw efforts in support of renovation goals for 56 multifamily properties in 8 states, as well as the management of 40 plus renovation budgets. Served as liaison to construction managers, regional VP’s, property management staff and IT personnel. Personally performed wide range of accounting duties, including budget management, general ledger review, job cost and fixed asset reconciliation, CapEx disbursements, and month-end close processes. Continually assessed existing procedures and made policy changes while serving as trainer, mentor, project manager and coach to staff. IDI GAZELEY | BROOKFIELD LOGISTICS PROPERTIES, Atlanta, Georgia Assistant Real Estate Accounting Manager, 2015 – 2016 Drove accounting efforts in support of development goals for 34 industrial properties and 3 joint ventures, as well as the creation of strategic regional financial plans. Served as advisor to senior leadership and liaison to construction managers, property managers, and lease administration staff. Personally performed wide range of accounting duties, including audit preparation, general ledger review, account reconciliation, and month-end close processes. Continually assessed existing procedures and made policy recommendations while serving as trainer, mentor, and coach to staff. • Leveraged leadership expertise to ensure seamless operations through multiple transitions. • Slashed month-end close processing time by 3 days by creating new spreadsheet model. • Handpicked to serve as departmental coordinator due to construction loan draw expertise. • Propelled 3 staff accountants to achieve professional success by serving as mentor. COUSINS PROPERTIES, INC., Atlanta, Georgia Senior Property Accountant, 2014 – 2015 Governed financial management of 1M+ square feet of office and medical facilities, from recordkeeping and auditing to account reconciliation and annual budget preparation. Oversaw preparation of financial forecasts and reporting packages in support of long-range financial decision making and planning. Conducted monthly, quarterly, and annual reviews and presented financial reports. Served as resource to property and asset managers, as well as internal accounting staff. • Enhanced capital request processing capabilities by 50% by implementing new protocols and annual property visits. SEEFRIED PROPERTIES, Atlanta, Georgia Property Accountant, 2012 – 2013 Delivered business accounting solutions in support of short and long-term revenue and growth goals, from invoice processing and cash flow analysis to contract and lease administration. Maintained detailed financial reports in strict compliance with all governing regulations, standards, and policies. Coordinated communications with senior leadership regarding key financial plans. • Halved monthly closing time by streamlining reports and creating new schedules. • Established new monthly common area maintenance (CAM) schedule, resulting in expedited year-end reconciliation. WESTFIELD, LLC, Los Angeles, California Property Accountant, 2010 – 2011 Directed debt collection operations for 3 large commercial real estate portfolios consisting of $5M+ in monthly billings. Generated financial reports and variance analyses in support of annual budget preparation. Collaborated with property managers and corporate accountants to develop innovative financial management solutions. Investigated tenant disputes in order to ensure total satisfaction. • Recovered $800K in outstanding revenue by driving special project to completion. • Sparked 80% increase in efficiency by enacting bi-weekly conference calls between corporate and field personnel. • Cut bad debt reserve by 60% by reconciling all outstanding accounts. • Improved budget accuracy by 35% by delivering high-quality year-end variance reports. Additional experience as Construction Accountant at Albion Scaccia Enterprises, LLC, Staff Accountant at Georgia Aquarium, Inc., and Loan Servicer at Jones Lang LaSalle. EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS Master of Business Administration, Accounting & Financial Analysis KELLER GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT – Long Beach, California Bachelor of Science, Business Administration UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, RIVERSIDE – Riverside, California Certified Public Accountant (CPA), to be achieved 02/2018 BECKER PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION – Downers Grove, Illinois

Computer & Technical Skills Windows, Microsoft Word, Office, Excel, Access, Power Point, Outlook, Publisher, Adobe, In Design, Front Page, Illustrator, Print Shop, Photo Shop, Corel, Georgia MLS, Calyx, Sage ACT, RCM1, TREPP, Real Quest, Real Capital Analytics, Hoovers, Pictometry, Encompass, Quick Books, Social Web Pages/Links, Quality Control, Financial Budgeting, Machine Maintenance, Organization Professional Experience Well known commercial real estate company (Atlanta, GA) 10/12 – Present Marketing Coordinator/Administrative Assistant  Maintain brand, product, office, and client messaging and consistency by creating and applying templates to produce marketing materials to include; flyers, proposals, tour books, touch pieces, maps, floor plans, qualification packages, and market surveys.  Review marketing material specifications, and act as point of contact and liaison with centralized marketing, analysis, and research groups to coordinate the completion and submission of financial, marketing, and various client specific property data to incorporate into customized property information packages.  Prepare and maintain accurate documents to include, Request for Information (RFI’s), Letter of Intent (LOI’s) and Request for Proposal (RFP’s).  Update and maintain various information databases to include; client and prospect databases.  Respond to outside broker requests.  Create and coordinate mass marketing mailings.  Create, maintain and/or purge files and records, including real estate transaction files.  Provide informational assistance to clients to include; greeting clients, directing telephone traffic and scheduling appointments and tours.  Coordinate complex on/offsite meetings and conferences as well as travel arrangements.  Prepare, update, collate and package reports as instructed by team.  Perform administrative functions and prepare communication as required. StaffMark Contract (Atlanta, GA) 08/11 – 10/12 Home Services Coordinator/Staffing Analyst  Screen and Interview Candidates  Advisement of potential position  Schedule interviews of candidates  Send interview and candidate packet to Store Managers  Data Entry  High Volume Call Center with 50 or more interviews per day Equity Loans (Atlanta, GA) 01/11 – 08/11 Human Resources/Licensing  Created Human Resources Department for 254 employees with 36 Branches  Process HR Packages to ensure all documents are signed and all required items are received  Track all new employees in ACT database software  Process and update employee information in Tricore (Credit Check, Background check, Employee Verification, New Employee Orientation, W-4, I-9, OSHA, COBRA, Direct Deposit)  Process Payroll, Health Benefits and 401K  Process Branch Packages  Follow up with Loan Officers on license deficiencies, prequalifying education, continuing education and license renewals, Collect any documentation required to cure deficiencies, renew licenses or submit new licenses.  Train Loan Officers on how to use NMLS system for tests, credit reports, background checks, new licenses, sponsorship and company access  Order liability insurance for new branches, Schedule inspections, Collect inspections and report any FHA or state violations  Track all license statuses, license deadlines and update calendar, section reports. StaffingTime (Atlanta, GA) 03/08 – 01/11 Brown Mackie College, Arby’s Corporate, Niles Bolton & Associates Executive Administrative Assistant  Perform General Office duties  Responsible for customer service  Operate multi-line switchboard  Prepare correspondence  Coordinate meetings and catering  Prepare travel arrangements  Schedule appointments  Create Spreadsheets Insurance Services, Inc. (Atlanta,GA) 08/07 – 03/08 Marketing Associate  Managed and strategize yearly marketing campaigns for over 60 national accounts  Create and produce print marketing collateral, such as direct mail pieces, brochures, postcards and posters  Budget and track marketing expenses in implementing marketing campaigns  Coordinate event planning and onsite programs communicating products and services to accounts of 500 or more eligible consumers  Data bank and organize direct mail and HTML ventures  Act as the liaison between several different departments which included proof meeting setup, product discussions and initiatives  Supervise promotional products, cost and inventory Lending, Inc. (Atlanta, GA) 12/05 – 03/07 Executive Administrative Assistant/Loan Processor  Assistant to the President and CEO  Perform general office duties  Operate multi-line switchboard  Prepare correspondence  Prepare presentations and expense reports  Prospect clients, acquiring, processing, approving and closing home loans while establishing customer and attorney relationships  Prepare travel arrangements, coordinate meetings, event planning and catering  Promotion to Loan Processor within 8 months IBM (Atlanta, GA) 01/03 - 02/05 Executive Administrative Assistant  Assistant to the Vice President of International Marketing and Affairs  Perform generals office duties  Create spreadsheets to track productivity and sales  Research company statistics and quotas  Prepare travel arrangements for V.P.’s, coordinate meetings, event planning and catering  Create presentations using various Microsoft applications  Operate switchboards, setting appointments Education Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, 2004

SUMMARY: Graphic Designer / Marketing Coordinator Highly creative and multitalented Graphic Designer with experience in multimedia, marketing and print design. Exceptional collaborative and interpersonal skills; dynamic team player with well-developed written and verbal communication abilities. Highly skilled in client and vendor relations and negotiations; talented at building and maintaining “win-win” partnerships. Passionate and inventive creator of innovative marketing strategies and campaigns; accustomed to performing in deadline-driven environments with an emphasis on working within budget requirements. EDUCATION: Reinhardt University GPA: 3.6 Bachelor of Fine Arts: Digital Art and Graphic Design May, 2016 Minors in: Advertisement & Communications; Studio Art University of West Georgia GPA: 3.5 Carrolton, GA 22 hours in Graphic Design May, 2013 Relevant Courses: Digital Art I, II & III; 2 & 3 Dimensional Drawing; Photography: Digital, Black & White, Mixed; Web Media Design; Ceramics; Painting with Watercolor and Oil Media; Digital Motion; Art History I & II; College Algebra; Organismal Biology; Spanish; Sociology PROJECTS AND PRESENTATIONS: • Create album covers, Snapchat filters, advertisements, and flyers for an independent record label company “This Is Day One” for their artist SHAH • Created multiple drawings for Art a la Carte, studio which teaches summer camps and after school programs for children. • Created logos, brochures, magazine ads, billboards, poster and book covers using Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign for Skyline Seven Real Estate • Created and branded marketing, advertisement and web design for North Ave Clothing Company; an urban style clothing company local to Atlanta ACTIVITIES: • Successfully completed client projects worth up to $43,000,000 • Provided proposal layout and design for million-dollar corporate contracts under extremely tight deadlines. • Established trusting relationships with designers, vendors, and key clients. • Consistently recognized for fresh and innovative ideas and applications. • Coordinated staff participation in community-sponsored charitable events. • Winner/Contestant, Homecoming Court, Reinhardt University, (RU), 2013 – 2015 • State Runner-Up, Young Georgia Artists Contest, What is Diversity?, GCHS, 2011 • Contestant, Atlanta Hawks Poetry Slam, GCHS, 2011; made Top 20 SKILLS: • Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Bootstrap, CSS, Fireworks, Premier • Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel); MAC & PC Proficient • Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Pinterest, LinkedIn EXPERIENCE: MARKETING COORDINATOR/ FREE-LANCE GRAPHIC DESIGNER/ ART INSTRUCTION • Creates advertisements, flyers, banners, and logos for Commercial Real Estate • Creates e-blasts for Real Estate companies • Print: Brochures & Newsletters, Logos & Business Cards, Posters & Post Cards, Stationery • Photography: Black & White Photography, Retouching, Photograph Restoration • WEB and Multimedia: Website Design, Video Editing, Social Media • Teach drawing, painting and some computer courses to children ages 5 to 12. WEB DEVELOPMENT • Designs fully functional, interactive web pages with carrousel imaging and icon buttons and links • Creates websites for clients on a free-lance basis; www.northaveclothingcompany.com; www.bellsferrydriverschool.com; www.thetimeforegolf.com WORK HISTORY: COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE, Marketing Coordinator 2017- Current Successfully translated subject matter into concrete design for newsletters, promotional materials and sales collateral. Created design theme and graphics for marketing and sales presentations and corporate websites. Participated in team effort to produce streamlined production of policy manuals and educational materials for newly hired employees and freelance designers. Create and conduct highly persuasive sales and marketing presentations. FREE-LANCE DESIGNER 2015-Current Successfully manage and coordinate graphic design projects from concept through completion. Work closely with clients to create vision, conceive designs, and consistently meet deadlines and requirements. Coordinate freelance designers, consultants and vendors to meet all project requirements. Expertly convert features to benefits to achieve client objectives. Manage all operational, strategic, financial, quote/bid, staffing, and administrative functions. ART STUDIO, Instructor 2014 – 2016

Real Estate professional driven to manage costs and establish strategic, mutually beneficial partnerships and relationships with users, vendors and service providers. Successful management of financial objectives achieved by consistent evaluation of building operating processes, resulting in the reduction of occupancy costs. Recognized for having exceptional facility management and project management abilities and superlative business acumen. Progressive, decisive, and innovative, highly valued for expertise interpreting company vision and strategy, translating objectives into actionable plans, and management to improve bottom-line.  Project Management  Lease Management  Life Cycle Management  OSHA Standards  Contract Administration  Interior Renovation/Space Planning  Sustainability  Pricing/Cost Analysis  Sales/Revenue Growth  City/Building Permits  Strategic Negotiation  Analytical Skills  Safety Compliance  Preventative Maintenance  Predictive Maintenance  Communication Skills  Financial Reporting/Budget Management  Responsible for Facility Operations for 150 facilities totaling over $5,000,000 million square feet.  Produce annual revenues of half a million by successful management of $3 million annual operations budget.  Increased revenue $2,000,000 with the addition of two Class A Properties to the portfolio.  Self-Manage $500,000 roofing project saving client $40,000 Project Management fees.  Implemented cost reduction and quality improvement initiatives such as collaborative sourcing and recycling efforts which saved the client over $300,000.  Manage $1,000,000 Capital budget based on Asset Life Cycle Cost analysis and ASHRAE useful life.  Introduced new lighting technology and self-manage retrofits saving client $30,000 annually.  Adjusted HVAC setbacks based on client demands saving $12,000 annually.  Drive Safety Initiatives resulting in Zero Safety reportable incidents in 17 years.  Oversaw the execution and completion of over 100 planned capital projects and approximately 200 unplanned capital projects.  Managed the compliance of Facilities Management Best Practices to ensure consistent execution of FM directives and company programs. Ensures all financial controls and procedures are followed.  Develop strategic operation management methods to increase productivity and profitability, such as implementing participative and coaching management styles where employee input is valued in daily operations, resulting in team being able to exceed company goals.  Plan and manage small to medium scale construction projects (up to $1,000,000 in both Capital and Expense).  Led Root Cause Analysis (RCA) of evaluations to improve work processes and equipment maintenance plans. International Commercial Real Estate Co. (2000 - Present) See Below... International Commercial Real Estate Co. – Senior Facility Manager 2016 – Present International Commercial Real Estate Co – Regional Facility Manager 2013 – 2016 International Commercial Real Estate Co– Facility Manager 2006 – 2013 International Commercial Real Estate Co – Assistant Facility Manager 2002 – 2006 International Commercial Real Estate Co – Account Supervisor 2000 – 2002 US Army – Petroleum Supply Specialist 1993 – 2000  Master of Project Management (MPM), Keller Graduate School of Management, 2004  Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Real Estate, Georgia State University, 2000  Licensed Real Estate Agent  Registered Appraiser  Facility Management Administrator, BOMA  LEED Green Associate  President, Toastmasters International Local Chapter  Chapter Lead, Employee Resource Group

OBJECTIVE A challenging position in a growth-oriented workplace, which will allow me to both further utilize my skills and acquire new abilities to become an invaluable asset to a company. SKILLS  Strong analytical and organizational skills.  Effectively balance employee needs with company policy.  Excellent interpersonal skills, phone manner, and office etiquette.  Resourceful and detailed oriented; Skilled problem-solver and multi-tasker.  Eleven years of experience performing customer service and management duties SOFTWARE Proficient in all Windows operating systems, Microsoft Programs, MRI, JD Edwards, Yardi, Avid Exchange, and Skyline. PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE Confidential CRE – Atlanta – Property Manager  Managing 900,000 SF of commercial Class A and B retail centers across Georgia.  Respond to, investigate, and provide for corrective action of all reported maintenance problems and tenant complaints. Respond on a 24/7 basis for emergency and routine maintenance requests and repair needs in a timely manner. Respond on a timely basis to pressing emails and telephone calls. Responds to afterhours emergency calls, priority emails and text messages as appropriate.  Interacts with tenants while performing routine inspections of assigned properties thus determining the need for repairs/maintenance and acting upon these needs within the scope of my authority.  Responsible for keeping well-informed of the financial position of assigned properties and the periodic reporting of this position to the owners. Also, corresponds with property owners to recommend and gain approval for non-budgeted improvements and/or capital contributions.  Solicit and review proposals, and negotiate contracts with independent vendors/contractors for janitorial, heating and air conditioning, landscaping, and other services; and oversees the work of said vendors to ensure a satisfactory performance. Reviews and approves all invoices for said services.  Prepares annual operating and capital budgets per schedule established by SVP, REMS and/or Director of Property Services, and develops long-range plans for improvements to assigned properties.  Act as project administrator for limited renovation/addition projects.  Responsible for the hiring, training and management of on-site personnel, including performance reviews and salary administration within corporate guidelines.  Interfaces periodically as needed with leasing agents to provide information and assistance in marketing related matters. Confidential CRE – Property Manager  Lead professional property management operations, development, and redevelopment for 2 million SF of Class A and B retail centers in neighboring Atlanta markets.  Oversee and prepare annual budgets, capital projects, and monthly financial reports  Assist in implementing best practices and establishing internal goals and budget strategies to control expenses  Lead rehabilitation of 120,000 SF and development of two additional centers in the neighboring Atlanta market  Oversee tenant activities on property including, but not limited to, marketing, promotions, and merchant meetings  Manage a staff of six and ensure their responsibilities are being handled while fostering a team and learning environment  Work with construction department to manage capital projects and Landlord exterior and Tenant interior renovations on site  Oversee collection of rent, payment of expenses, and property finances with accuracy as it relates to the budget and recoverable and none recoverable expenses Confidential CRE. – Property Management  Managed 3 million SF of Class A, B and C office and retail properties in Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Tennessee.  Develop ancillary income to drive company revenues. Ensure positive impact to company bottom line and NOI through proper budgeting and budget management  Bid, contract, and manage capital expenders within my portfolio  Enforce company policy and lease language to ensure proper delegation of responsibilities for maintenance and repairs

SUMMARY Multi-talented with a proven track record in all phases of property management EXPERIENCE Confidential CRE Atlanta, GA Senior Property Manager 2016 - Present Manage portfolio of thirteen properties located in AL, AZ, FL, NC and NV. Implement budgets, created savings by instigating energy efficient lighting retro fit plans, transitions alarm monitoring to wireless communication to remove the need for landlines and renegotiated service contracts. Work with acquisition team during takeover of newly acquired centers and during the sale of other centers. Mentor team members who have less experience and help them work through more complex issues. CONFIDENTIAL CRE Atlanta, GA Property Manager 2005 – 2016 Managed portfolio of up to thirteen shopping centers, most are grocery store anchored. Create and implement individual property annual budgets, perform regular site inspections, created monthly and annual operating reports. Worked closely with property owners/asset managers to maintain value of the centers. Work with tenants at all levels from move in, to operating and vacating. Develop long term maintenance schedules. Oversaw major façade renovation, investigated and implemented Green upgrades to several properties. Oversaw re-roofing projects and major paving repairs. Work with bank and borrower when taking over management of foreclosed properties. CONFIDENTIAL CRE Atlanta, GA Property Manager and Assistant 1998-2001 Managed office properties both locally and out of town. Managed day to day activities of six local office properties and coordinated standard reporting procedures with third party managers’ for out of town properties. Organized tenant events and broker grand openings. CONFIDENTIAL CRE Atlanta, GA Property Manger 1995-1998 Comprehensively managed nine industrial properties totaling 1.4 million sq.ft. Developed and controlled nine individual property budgets including quarterly re-forecasting. CONFIDENTIAL CRE Atlanta, GA Assistant Property Manager 1994 – 1995 Reported directly to a Portfolio Manager and assisted in managing 1 million sq ft of retail space, office buildings and industrial properties. Successfully collected $122K in outstanding debt, which exceeded 120 days past due. Effectively serviced 250+ tenants comprised of both national and international companies. Manage workflow and assign duties to maintenance and building support staff. CONFIDENTIAL CRE Falls Church, VA Property & Leasing Manager 1987-1993 Comprehensively managed five commercial/industrial properties. Handled all leasing and broker negotiations. Improved billing processes and estimating CAM fees. Worked with government agencies and determined strategies related to tax assessment appeals. Negotiated and supervised vendor contracts. EDUCATION REGIS COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY – Denver, Co REAL ESTATE LICENSE Active/current B.S. in Business Administration COMPUTER *Word *Excel *MRI *Yardi * Kardin * ESite *Nexxus * Axxerion

Experience August 26, 2016 Commercial Real Estate June 30, 2017 Assistant Property Manager • Member of Property Management team supporting multi-property portfolio. • Managed property & in-house staff in absence of Property Manager. • Responsible for administration of property, lease and vendor files, contracts and COIs, lease abstracts, purchase orders, RFP for property and tenant special request, A/P processing, A/R billings & collections and correspondence. • Front-line tenant customer service to include receiving, dispatching and follow-thru to completion all tenant service calls and resolving tenant complaint issues. • Provided direct supervision to on-site security, janitorial and landscaping staff. • Coordinated tenant move-ins/move-outs. • Maintained tenant contact and Fire Warden information. • Responsible for coordination of tenant relation events, holiday gifts & fire drill exercises. May 14, 2013 - Management & Realty Advisors April 1, 2015 REO Asset Manager • Court appointed Receiver and post foreclosure management of various commercial & residential distressed assets. • Request historical property information to include leases, payables, general ledger, rent recoveries schedules, building, site and tenant plans. • Conduct property inspection and initiate action plan. Manage property to owner specifications. • Review and approve all lease abstracts, check rent roll for accuracy. • Set up all in-house accounting procedures and bank accounts, review accounts payable status to include prior year taxes. • Send notification letters, tenant survey and introductory information to tenant, notify of lockbox address. • Transfer utilities and identify existing service providers, notify of transition, begin RFP process for all new service contracts, administer contracts. • Notify State agencies, monitoring agencies and local authorities of change of ownership. • Update after hours call list to monitoring services. • Establish Engineering operations and preventative maintenance program, verify permit expiration dates, tenant response procedures, business continuity plans, update emergency evacuation floor plans, building standards list, identify any local existing code violations. • Implement tenant and service provider insurance compliance program. • Create and provide monthly owner reporting package. • Process AP, AR, collect past due rents & initiate eviction process. • Coordinate tenant retention policy with Owner. • Manage TI projects. • Provide transition documentation at sale of property. • Calculate year end reconciliations March 15, 2011 - Commercial Real Estate January 13, 2012 Property Manager Assignment: REO Portfolio • Conduct kick-off meeting with owner. • Request historical property information to include leases, payables, general ledger, rent recoveries schedules, building, site and tenant plans. • Conduct property inspection and initiate action plan. Manage property to owner specifications. • Review and approve all lease abstracts, check rent roll for accuracy. • Set up all in-house accounting procedures and bank accounts, review accounts payable status to include prior year taxes. • Send notification letters, tenant survey and introductory information to tenant, notify of lockbox address. • Transfer utilities and identify existing service providers, notify of transition, begin RFP process for all new service contracts, administer contracts. • Notify State agencies, monitoring agencies and local authorities of change of ownership. • Update after hours call list to monitoring services. • Establish Engineering operations and preventative maintenance program, verify permit expiration dates, tenant response procedures, business continuity plans, update emergency evacuation floor plans, building standards list, search of existing code violations. • Implement tenant and service provider insurance compliance program. • Create and provide monthly owner reporting package. • Process monthly accounts payables and collect rents. • Coordinate tenant retention policy with Leasing Agent. • Manage TI projects. • Provide transition documentation for sale of property. • Calculate year end reconciliations. August 18, 2008 - Commercial Real Estate January 13, 2012 Facility Manager Assignment: Hall County Board of Commissioners/Liberty Mutual Insurance Group • Daily operations to include manage building O&M, client communication, facility inspection, staff supervision & training, development of policies and procedures. • Prepare annual operating & capital budget and provide monthly financial & KPI reports. • Negotiate, write and administer all service contracts. • Project Manager for LEED sustainable compliance. • Business continuity and emergency response coordinator. • Prepare capital projects budgets and project management. • Annual QAR reporting. Sept 18, 2006 - Commercial Real Estate August 15, 2008 Contract Manager Assignment: Equifax, Inc. • Negotiate and write all service contracts. • Project Manager for LEED sustainable compliance. • Administer contracts, monitor and evaluate service performance for all service contracts. • Daily property inspection and review of Angus Anywhere work order system. • Monthly review, report and response on KPI compliance, production and customer satisfaction survey. • Create and annually update property plans. • Management proxy to Account Manager. Sept 14, 1998 - Commercial Real Estate August 30, 2006 Facility Manager Assignment: AT&T • Responsible for daily facility operations of approximately 250,000 square feet of office and data center space for AT&T facilities located in GA, AL, MS, SC, TN & KY. • Data Center management, Emergency preparedness & Business continuality. • Create annual budget & monthly financial reporting. • Capital Projects Manager. Feb 1989 - AmericasMart (formerly The Atlanta Market Center) Sept. 1998 Facility Manager Assignment: Atlanta Gift Mart, Atlanta Apparel Mart, Atlanta Merchandise Mart • Responsible for daily facility operations of approx. 4 million square feet of multi-use facility to include Engineering, Security, Housekeeping & Dock services. • Project manager for tenant build-out & move-in. • Provided monthly financial reporting. Bona fides 2004 BOMA President’s Award’ recipient 2006, 2005 TOBY Awards Judging Chairman 2006, 2005, 2011 Governmental Affairs/Political Action Committee Member 1999 – 2004, 2011 TOBY Judge 2005 Spring Sports Outing Consultant 2001 – 2004 Spring Sports Outing Chairman 2003 – 2004 Holiday Social Committee Co-Chair Facilities Management Committee Member Professional Development Committee Member June 2004 Received FMA designation May 1989 Received RPA designation

My Objective is to work in a team environment, and to complete jobs on time, and under budget. To build on and expand new and existing relationships with Owners, Architects, Engineers, Sub-Contractors, Co-Workers, and Suppliers. Safe and secure job site for all workers and staff. Experience Overview: Hands on, result oriented Superintendent with over twenty years in the construction industry. A verifiable track record of successful completions of multi-million dollar projects. Extensive experience in ground up, MEP systems, and interior building systems. Building successful, and long term relationships with Owners, Architects, Project Managers, Sub-contractors and Suppliers. Effective Communication is the key to a successful and profitable project. Detail Oriented Schedule Compression Excellent Safety Record Good Communication Skills Knowledge of local codes Computer Skills Employment History Construction LLC (January 2016 to Present) Superintendent High Point MOB - Ground Up Base Building 12 Million High Point Five (5) Medical Office build out 2.6 Million Commercial GC (Nov 2013 to January 2016) Superintendent First Choice-Emergency Room 2.2 million Sapient-Electronics Lab and Office build out. 1.8 million Berean Christian Church-Infrastructure, and parking expansion 2.1 million Harkin Health – build out $300,000.00 Commercial GC (October 2009 to Nov, 2013) Superintendent: Emory Orthopedic and Spine Center Remodel of two floors. Georgia Tech MS&E Building 2nd Floor Lab Build out. 2.9 million LEED Silver Georgia Tech Task order work involving refurbishing labs and office space. Georgia Tech NEETRAC High Voltage Lab Ground up job. 1.5 million Georgia Tech MS&E Building 3rd Floor Lab Build out. 4.2 million LEED Silver Georgia Tech MS&E Building West Wing Rebalance and Commission Georgia Tech MS&E Building 2nd Floor Lab Build out $800,000.00 Contractor [ April 2009 to June 2009} Superintendent Fain Elementary $3,000,000 Restoration of entire school, with a New Mechanical System throughout Chillers, Roof mounted cooling tower. Gas boiler, replaced all of the hot water and chilled water systems to the fan coil systems. New Electrical systems, Switch Gear, Lights, communication and fiber optic system replaced throughout the school. New ceilings, New BAS system, Paint, Carpet. Humphries Elementary $250,000 New painting and flooring throughout the school, Woodson Elementary $180,000 New painting and flooring throughout the school, Construction Company [April 2006 to March 2009] Project Superintendent Georgia Tech MS&E – $45 Million building worked on new lab installation, and custom lab build out for research, MEP commissioning, and installation of all of the custom labs added after job was at the end of the contract. Worked with Georgia Tech Staff and researchers setting up labs in all phases of Construction and installation of the lab equipment, door frames, doors, door hardware, and security integration with all doors and limited access areas into the labs. CDC building 23 and CDC 20 - $330 Million Turner representative with owner to solve ongoing MEP and transportation problems. Including All underground utility work with inspections by myself and the QA/QC team before work began and during the installation of Power, Communication, chilled water, steam, condensate return, CO2, Argon Gas, and filtered compressed air. Worked with all MEP trades, CDC representatives, and QA/QC staff making sure there was no interruption of any of the services needed for the existing Labs. Reviewed and corrected all door frame, door and hardware specifications with the hardware consultant before door frames, doors and hardware were ordered. Advocate for the CDC during all meetings of construction staff. While at CDC I secured security clearance. Emory Conference Center: Worked with Emory Conference Center staff on logistics and over-all plan of the job including job access, site preparation, sewer line installation, and underground communication and power plan for the building. Georgia Tech MS&E: Installed the West Tower Labs. Worked with Georgia Tech Staff and researchers constructing all labs. Responsibilities included: ● Pre-Construction ● Choosing Sub Contractors ● Review all specifications for all MEP systems, Lab equipment, and interior systems making sure they matched the University Systems specifications pertaining to commissioning, security, lab integration, and communication. ● Review and correct all door frame, door, and hardware specifications. ● Installation of the lab equipment ● MEP commissioning. ● Managed, evaluated, monitored, and controlled Sub-contractors. ● Created job schedules using Sure Track. ● Optimize strategic planning to improve production, and productivity, quality, and Customer communication. ● In charge of all quality control of all trades. ● Resolve job and design problems. ● Meet construction schedule. ● Communicate defined goals with Project Manager(s), Sub-contractors, and Owners ● Review all contracts with sub-contractors for scope and specification compliance ● Monitor project expenditures. Take action to correct fiscal problems. ● Coordinate staff, sub-contractors, resources, and schedule ● Prevent fines, and job delays. ● Safe and secure job site. ● Communicating effectively with owners, project managers, subcontractors, and workers in the field. Construction Company [May 2005 to April 2006] Superintendent Old College- University of Georgia - Oldest building on campus (1806) Installed and commissioned a state of the art MEP system and remodeled the entire building installing an elevator, making the building ADA compliant. Many challenges, such as crumbling foundation and very little room in the basement. ● Refurbished the interior of the building with existing doors and installed new frames and doors that were reproduced for the building. New Plaster walls and new sheet rock wall installed. ● Review all specifications for all MEP systems, and interior systems making sure they matched the University Systems specifications pertaining to commissioning, security, and communication. ● MEP Commissioning ● Managed, evaluated, monitored, and controlled Sub-contractors ● Optimize strategic planning to improve, productivity, quality, and customer communication. ● Resolve job and design problems ● Meet construction schedule ● Communicate defined goals with Project Manager(s), Sub-contractors, and Owners. ● In charge of quality control of all trades. ● Helped select sub-contractors, and enforced all sub-contractor agreements. ● Review all contracts with sub-contractors for scope and specification compliance. ● Monitor project expenditures. Take action to correct fiscal problems ● Coordinate staff, sub-contractors, resources, and schedule ● Prevent fines, and job delays Construction Company Superintendent West Manor Elementary, $4,000,000 New HVA C system, New Electrical Service and Switch Gear, addition to the Media Center, On time and under budget New Chamblee Middle School UGA- Candler Hall, Fine Arts renovation, Phi Kappa restoration River Club Swim and Tennis Center. Wendover Dunes at Palmetto Dunes on Hilton Head Island Gwinnett County Courthouse – 5,000,000.00 Dugan and Myers General Contractors. Superintendent in charge of Installation of the Paneling and Trim, including Judges chambers, Courtrooms, Wall paneling, Doors, Corian tops in the restrooms, elevated platforms, and customized cabinets throughout the Justice Center. Expansion of Stone Mountain Shopping Center - 2 Million Expanded back of shopping center for stores and installed new interior systems and expanded MEP systems for each store. 880 Holcomb Bridge Shopping Center - 6 Million New building with new Interiors for each store that was specified by the owner. New MEP systems installed per tenant specifications and needs. For example, an Italian restaurant needed a brick oven to cook their pizza. Specifications and plans were given and the oven was made to the client’s specifications. ● Managed, evaluated, monitored, and controlled Sub-contractors ● Optimize strategic planning to improve, productivity, quality, and customer communication. ● In charge of quality control of all trades. ● MEP Scheduling, Coordination, and Commissioning of all equipment. ● In charge of all interior systems installation including sheetrock, door frames, doors and hardware, and all finishes, ● Helped select sub-contractors, and enforced all sub-contractor agreements ● Resolve job and design problems, Meet construction schedule ● Communicate defined goals with Project Manager(s), Sub-contractors, and Owners ● Review all contracts with sub-contractors for scope and specification compliance. ● Monitor project expenditures. Take action to correct fiscal problems ● Coordinate staff, sub-contractors, resources, and schedule ● Prevent fines, and job delays, Safe and secure job site ● Communicating effectively with owners, project managers, subcontractors, and tradesmen in the field. Key Projects and Selected Accomplishments: Federal Government: CDC 20 and CDC 23 Combined 330-million-dollar job for the CDC. In charge of all underground MEP work associated with the campus and the impact on the labs in the surrounding buildings during construction including Medium Voltage Power, Grounding Fields, Chilled Water, Steam, Compressed Air, Purified Air, Argon Gas, and CO2. . Obtained Security Clearance to inspect all MEP systems while at the CDC. In charge of all concrete for the CDC building. Security Clearance. Higher Education: Georgia Tech Molecular Science and Engineering Building West Tower build out. $4,000,000.00 Laboratory build out on three floors on the West side of the building. In charge of all phases of build out from the layout of the walls door frame, doors and hardware with security a priority in the lab areas. Commissioning of the HVAC systems and a emergency generator. Including quality control of all subcontractors. Returned after Finishing the Georgia Tech MS&E job for another build out of existing lab Georgia Tech Molecular Science and Engineering Building $45,000,000 In charge of the build out of the labs on the east side of the building. Card readers that tied into the security system with electric strikes and electrically activated locks and panic devices. All phases of build out from the layout of the walls door frame, doors and hardware with security a priority in the lab areas. That includes chilled water systems and on site steam generation, with gas systems, autoclaves, walk in coolers, Argon gas, in the building for the labs. In charge of shell build out and quality control of labs and all equipment. LEED Gold on these projects UGA Old College renovation $3,000,000 Demolition of old plaster and tied old framing into new metal stud systems. Reinstalled all trim and refurbished exterior doors with old hardware. Reused doors and trim to match existing installation. Installed two state of the art Air Handler HVAC systems for the building. Concrete work, Civil, and underground chilled water systems. On time and under budget. UGA Candler Hall renovation, Outstanding Renovation by The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, for Candler Hall Renovation, 2006, Georgia Preservation Award, awarded by The Georgia Trust, Outstanding Rehabilitation Award, awarded by Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation. Installed two state of the art Air Handler HVAC systems for the building using steam and chilled water from the university systems. Completely new transformer and ran a completely new electrical service to the building. Commissioning of all of the systems. On time and under budget. UGA Fine Arts Building, Remodel of dressing rooms. Moved chilled water and steam systems and installed structural steel structure inside building with concrete slab and new restrooms and showers with new Air Handling Unit. Completed on time and under budget in eleven weeks. UGA Phi Kappa Hall. Remodel- President Adams Dedication. Outstanding Restoration, awarded by Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation Fixed sagging floors and termite damage to building. Replaced damaged timbers supporting the building and excavated a basement for the new Fan Coil unit. Refurbished the framing and replaced some flooring with hard to find heart pine. Installed a state of the art Air Handler HVAC systems Concrete work, Civil, and underground chilled water, and steam systems for the building using steam and chilled water from the university systems. K-12 Schools New and Remodel Fain Elementary $3,000,000 New Mechanical System though out, New ceilings, New BAS system, Paint, Carpet. Humphries Elementary $250,000 New painting and flooring throughout the school. Woodson Elementary $180,000 New painting and flooring throughout the school West Manor Elementary, $4,000,000 New HVA C system, New Electrical Service and Switch Gear, addition to the Media Center, On time and under budget New Chamblee Middle School $15,000,000 New Construction Overcame delays by another superintendent and got the job back on schedule. Churches Berean Christian Church Infrastructure, and parking expansion 2.1 million. Laboratory Sapient 3630 Peachtree Road 16th floor electronics laboratory. 1 million Georgia Tech MS&E Building 2nd Floor Lab Build out. 2.9 million LEED Silver Georgia Tech Task order work involving refurbishing labs and office space. Georgia Tech NEETRAC High Voltage Lab Ground up job. 1.5 million Georgia Tech MS&E Building 3rd Floor Lab Build out. 4.2 million LEED Silver Georgia Tech MS&E Building West Wing Rebalance and Commissioning, helped obtain a High LEED Silver rating. Georgia Tech MS&E Building 2nd Floor East Wing Lab Build out $800,000.00 Historical Preservation and Restoration Old College, UGA - 3,000,000 On time and under budget Chandler Hall, UGA - $4,000,000 On time and under budget Phi Kappa Hall, UGA - $600,000 On time and under budget Medical High Point MOB Braselton, GA First Choice Emergency Room Standalone Emergency room 2.2 million Emory Orthopedic and Spine Center Remodel of two floors. Mixed Use River Club Swim and Tennis Center $5,000,000 eight tennis courts, and Tennis Shop, Day Care, kitchen, work out center., Water tower and slide, Olympic swimming pool, children’s play area. On time and under budget. Dormitories Tallulah Falls School $3,000,000 remodel of boys and girls dormitories in three months. On time & under budget Condominiums Wendover Dunes at Palmetto Dunes on Hilton Head Island $13,000,000 On time and under budget Assisted Living Christian City Assisted Living, $3,000,000 Slab on grade wood framed building with 85 units and separate wings for Alzheimer’s patients. Some structural steel work in the main lobby and seating areas. On time and under budget Comments and Information on jobs listed above. ● Completed 3rd Floor Build out laboratory with extremely tight time restraints. Got 100% Construction Documents on September 30th and put in 2.8 million dollars of work by December 21st with a Certificate of Occupancy for the space, Including complex MEP system and Commissioning of all systems. ● LEED Silver obtained for the second and third floors of the MS&E Building At Georgia Tech ● While at CDC working with MEP trades and QA/QC staff, there were no lab outages while on staff at CDC building 20 and 23. ● Completed Wendover Dunes Condominiums on time and under budget although we had to remove the framer from the job. ● Completed Remodel of Boys and Girls Dormitories at Tallulah Falls School in three months avoiding a large penalty. ● Completed complete tear out and reinstallation of MEP systems and repair of all structural members for Candler Hall on time and under budget in six months. ● Completed renovation of Fine Arts Dressing Rooms in eleven weeks at University of Georgia. Installed Steel framing in Theater Pit under the stage to expand dressing room. ● Working with Structural Engineer and Project manager removed $250,000 from budget as requested by the owner at the River Club Swim and Tennis Center and finished project on time and under budget. Education: University of GA, Athens, GA JATC Graduate Journeyman Certificate Top Apprentice Carpenter (region, and state) Boy Scouts of America, Wood badge Training in 1990 (have beads) OSHA 30 hour completion in 2003; Refresher course in 2007 Accreditations and Training: OSHA 30-hour course Certification. Steel Erection Safety Standards Program Qualified Person - DNR, EPA, GAR 100000 NPDES. Competent Person OHSA Excavation Std-Subpart-P CPR, AED, First Aid & Blood Borne Pathogens Computer Skills: MS Office--Word, Excel, Power Point, MS Project, Primavera-Sure Track, Prolog.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE CONSTRUCTION, Alpharetta GA Commercial Project Administrator January 2016-June 2017 Performed project assistance and roll of expeditor in start-up commercial construction firm in the Atlanta Perimeter area. Contracts ranged from $300K - $2.2m and some clients included are Enterprise Holdings, BurgerFi and several individually owned restaurants. • Pre-construction: type (+/-) 15 estimates per week, print 24x36” plans as needed, issue SBA contracts/documents as jobs are awarded, etc. • Permitting (most Georgia municipalities) from start to approval, approximately five/month. • Request Vendor quotes / subcontracts / scheduling all per jobsite requirements. • (+/-) 10 change orders per week. • Follow up daily with client requests / updates. • Work closely all day with Superintendents and subcontractors. • Post construction: follow up to make sure punch lists are addressed along with warranty requests, etc. • Daily entries/reports ran from Quickbooks and ProContractor by ViewPoint. • Order material and have on jobsite to keep the construction rolling. • Keep vendor spreadsheet organize and updated daily. Residential Construction, Ball Ground, GA June 2014-December 2015 Residential Project Coordinator Performed office manager and property management duties for a small, residential construction company located in GA but managed jobsites all over FL. We worked closely with Wells Fargo PAS (bank owned property, repair and preservation) to repair their foreclosed homes so they could get them back on the market. • QuickBooks – type & submit (+/-) five estimates per week, invoicing, payments, payroll, vendors, etc. • Type & submit change orders, roughly five/week, to Wells Fargo PAS for approval. • Update real estate agents weekly on construction progress & completion. • Coordinate sub-contractors to meet deadlines and schedules. • Contractor registration and permitting in multiple municipalities throughout Florida, (+/-) two/month. • Organize financial and vendor spreadsheets. • AP/AR & payroll for eight employees. ELECTRIC COMPANY, Marietta, GA May 2012- June 2014 Office Manager Start-up Electrical business specializing in lighting design all around the Atlanta and surrounding areas. Started out to target residential homeowners and ended up working with 7-10 area contractors. • QuickBooks desktop and online + Microsoft 365 • Pulling & closing permits, approximately two/month. • Manage scheduling for two employees and new customers weekly. • Build / Maintain website & social media sites daily. • Sort mail, answer phones, before/after photo packages, bank runs, tidy up office on a regular basis. • Personal assistant to Owner as needed. • AP/AR & company payroll in QuickBooks – update entries daily and run reports weekly. EDUCATION NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE & STATE UNIVERSITY, Dahlonega, GA 2005-2009 Bachelor of Science Awarded a full basketball scholarship from 2005-2009 and elected team captain junior and senior seasons. Honors: Summer Tuition Scholarship (2009) PeachBelt Conference Presidential Honor Roll (2007-2009) Full Basketball Scholarship (2005-2009)


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