Budget management analyst in Washington D.C. Metro Area

  1. Craig Crews (cmc422@aol.com)

    Title
    Division Chief Lessons Learned
    Demographic info
    Washington D.C. Metro Area | Management Consulting
    Current:
    Supervisory Management Analyst at United States Air Force, Basketball Skills Coach at Self
    Past:
    Executive Producer at CC & JL Productions, Budget Analyst at USAF, Management Analyst at United States Air Force, Training Analyst at CSC, President at CC Enterprises, Training Analyst at Computer Sciences Corporation, Helpdesk Analyst/Technician at Computer Sciences Corporation, Management Analyst at United States Air Force
    Education:
    Strayer University, Potomac College, Community College of the Air Force, Jefferson Davis Community College, Community College of the Air Force, Montgomery College, Thomas S. Wootton High School
    Summary:
    Networking with a Purpose Looking for a fix for what ails you, might be as close as a phone call to your family members, friends, or co-workers. Many times the solutions to your problems exist within your inner circles....Maybe now they can help you, and then later on your might be able to help or assist them. Sometimes the small business person must barter for services, in order to solve what seems like a mountain of a problem. The first step in resolving any issue is to accurately identify the real problem, not just the symptom, once it is discovered. Many times, this first step can be a challenge, because of the inability to identify the real cause of the problem. To know that a problem exists, but uncertainty about where or what the problem actually is, can be quite a problem, in and of itself. This also can present a perfect opportunity to tap resources that are close at hand. One of the hardest things for many people to do is ask for help... Especially for those of us that have built a reputation of being "self-made". To find a way into the radar scope of individuals who are able to assist, can be as easy as telling people "What's going on". After telling people what's going on, the next statement that should follow that declaration is: "I'm not quite sure of what to do". Following that declaration with, "I'm open to suggestions"... So remember the old adage,” two heads are better than one” so reach out and touch someone, and you might be surprised how simple a solution might be. Also remember to give as good as you get and to not abuse family members and friends. Networking with a purpose can be an inexpensive way to get your business started. Specialties: Facilitator, Management Analyst, Program Analyst, Computer Technician, and Technical Training Master Instructor
    Craig Crews (cmc422@aol.com)
  2. Joyce M. Washington, CPA

    Demographic info
    Washington D.C. Metro Area | Accounting
    Joyce M. Washington, CPA
  3. Will Davis

    Title
    Director, Washington Representation Office, UNDP
    Demographic info
    Washington D.C. Metro Area | International Affairs
    Current:
    Lecturer, Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University, Director, Washington Representation Office at UNDP
    Past:
    Director, UN Information Center at United Nations, Director for Global and Functional Affairs, Bureau of Legislative Affairs at U.S. Department of State, Deputy Head, Public Affairs Division at Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Head of Center for Public Affairs at OECD - OCDE, Senior Advisor, Bureau of Legislative Affairs at U.S. Department of State, Director (and Acting Senior Director) for Legislative Affairs, National Security Council Staff at The White House, Legislative Management Officer at U.S. Department of State, Head, Legislative Reference Unit, Bureau of Legislative Affairs at U.S. Department of State, Budget Analyst, Financial Management Division at Executive Office of the President, Office of Administration
    Education:
    Duke University, Lebanon High School, Lebanon, OH
    Will Davis
  4. Nestor A. Bonilla MBA, MA, PMP, ITILv3

    Title
    Program Manager at NOVA Corporation
    Demographic info
    Washington D.C. Metro Area | Information Technology and Services
    Current:
    Program Manager at NOVA Corporation
    Past:
    Chief, Project Management Branch, GS-2210-14 at USDA-FSIS, IT Project Manager, GS-2210-14 at US Agency for International Development (USAID), IT Program Manager, GS-2210-14 at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Information Management Officer, GS-0301-13 at 99th Regional Support Command, Foreign Military Sales Budget Analyst, GS-0343-12 at United States Military, Contract Administrator, GS-1102-11 at US Army Red River Depot, IT Project Manager at New York City Department of Health, G-3 Staff, Army Aquisition Officer, CPT at US Army Special Operations Command
    Education:
    Webster University, Webster University, Campbell University
    Summary:
    I am a dedicated leader, strategic thinker, that is mission focus first, but people always!
    Nestor A. Bonilla MBA, MA, PMP, ITILv3
  5. charles parker

    Title
    Chairman at NOVA Project GiveBack
    Demographic info
    Washington D.C. Metro Area | Government Administration
    Current:
    PRINCIPAL CONTRACT SPECIALIST at ERIMAX Inc., 2ND VICE-POLEMARCH at Alexandria/Fairfax Alumni Chapter, Chairman at NOVA Project GiveBack
    Past:
    Contract Management Specialist at ASI Government, Community Action Chair at Alexandria/Fairfax Alumni, Budget Analyst at Interactive Technologies Group, Inc. (ITG), Senior Business Analyst at TSA - Contractor for Allied Technology Group
    Education:
    Defense Acquistion University, The Ohio State University, Norfolk State University, Park View
    Summary:
    A proud father who cares about others and with the assistance of my alumni chapter, always holding events to improve the lives of others. We work with young men and prepare them to be future leaders. We educate the community about domestic violence, drugs and alcohol awareness, peer pressure and teaching minority students with programs geared toward STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Math).
    charles parker