Ronald Wilkins, MBA

Chief, Strategic Plans & Initiatives at National Guard Bureau Joint Staff

Location
Washington D.C. Metro Area
Industry
Military

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Ronald Wilkins, MBA's Overview

Current
  • Chief, Strategic Plans & Initiatives at National Guard Bureau Joint Staff
  • DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF MOBILIZATION at Department of Defense
Past
  • Deputy, Strategic Initiatives Group at Department of Defense
  • CHIEF, FUTURE OPERATIONS at RONALD R WILKINS
  • MANAGEMENT DECISION PACKAGE BUDGET MANAGER at NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU
Education
Connections

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Ronald Wilkins, MBA's Summary

Expertise in all areas of senior staff operations, with a proven record of unprecedented accomplishments. Proven senior-level staff experience in presentation, briefing senior level officers, execute task, department establishment, executive decision-making, policy writing and direction, and strategic business planning. Experience in response to congressional concerns, financial management of resources, contingency operations, research and development, plans, programs, and tracking executions of resources.

Specialties

Finance and Management, Organizational Leadership

Ronald Wilkins, MBA's Experience

Chief, Strategic Plans & Initiatives

National Guard Bureau Joint Staff

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Military industry

February 2013Present (1 year 9 months) Arlington, VA

Advisor to Chief of National Guard Bureau, Chief, Future Operations, and Deputy, J3/7 on All matters pertaining to Title 32 Domestic Operations. Review and provide guidance on all National security documents, publications that impact T32 forces. Influence a dynamic team of Joint Officers to execute and implement new cutting edge initiatives. Communicate, collaborate, with DoD, OSD, Army and Air Joint Staff Senior Leaders on policies supporting T32 forces.

DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF MOBILIZATION

Department of Defense

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Military industry

March 2010Present (4 years 8 months) Secretary Of Defense

Report to Assistant Secretary of Defense and Principal staff assistant and advisor for all Army National Guard, US Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard Reserves for readiness, training, operations, force mix, mobilization, and sustainability. Responsibilities include the following functions: Review and evaluate programs for carrying out approved policies and standards, Initiate new or revised policies, programs and procedures, Promote coordination, cooperation and mutual understanding within the DoD and civilian community, Coordinate and share information with NATO and other allied nations, Develop policies and procedures for effective oversight of DoD civilian-military Innovative Readiness Training program .

Deputy, Strategic Initiatives Group

Department of Defense

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Military industry

February 2012February 2013 (1 year 1 month) Arlington VA

CHIEF, FUTURE OPERATIONS

RONALD R WILKINS

February 2008March 2010 (2 years 2 months)

Responsible for mobilizing the entire Army National Guards capabilities against rotational and emergent requirments both CONUS and OCONUS.

MANAGEMENT DECISION PACKAGE BUDGET MANAGER

NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU

Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Military industry

October 2006October 2009 (3 years 1 month)

The Force Protection Resource Manager Team Leader in the Army Asymmetrical Warfare Office of Operations Division of the Army Staff. Responsible for coordination and oversight of four Management Decision Packages and seven appropriations totaling over $300M. Main communication link between PEGS (TT, II, OO), Program Army Evaluation (PAE), Army Budget Office (ABO) and MACOMs to resolve funding issues. Develop MDEP spend plans, track execution data to insure efficient and effective use of MDEP resources, monitor policy, PBD, and other related decisions as they relate to WMD/Homeland defense. Maintains National Guard and Military Support Liaison activities with OSD Offices, Joint Staff, Combatant Commands, and the other Military Departments. Perform other duties as assigned.

Ronald Wilkins, MBA's Skills & Expertise

  1. Policy
  2. Program Management
  3. Army
  4. Military
  5. Force Protection
  6. Organizational Leadership
  7. Defense
  8. National Security
  9. DoD
  10. Leadership
  11. Cross-functional Team Leadership
  12. Training
  13. Military Training
  14. Navy
  15. Military Operations
  16. Security Clearance
  17. NATO
  18. Strategic Planning
  19. Coaching
  20. Budgets
  21. Operational Planning
  22. Military Experience
  23. Top Secret
  24. Air Force
  25. Operations Management
  26. Contingency Planning
  27. Command
  28. Resource Management
  29. Management

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Ronald Wilkins, MBA's Education

TUI University

MBA, MILITARY MANAGEMENT

20052006

Northwestern State University

BS, FINANCE

19841989

Activities and Societies: Alpha Phi Alpha, Track and Field, Alumni Association

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