Zone Manager Evals
As Zones Manager and Leading Petty Officer, she was responsible for 94 Departmental spaces. Led five Sailors through eight zone inspections; corrected 611 discrepancies and submitted 34 work candidates that led to a 95% Zone Inspection passing rate. She has routinely assisted the Work Center Supervisor in daily maintenance checks and ensured maintenance completion, which continued to keep the Department's PAR score well above the average. She is precise and executes her 3M duties to the highest standards held by the command.
- As UNREP Rigger for 17 Underway Replenishments, she contributed to the safe transfer of 14 million gallons of JP-5 fuel, 750 pallets of stores, and 1,782 tons of ordnance with zero mishaps during the 2021 Western Pacific Deployment. As Crane Rigger during the pre-Deployment sequestration, she assisted in the on-load of 2,500 pallets that contained stores, parts, and Air Wing equipment.
- As Assistant Work Center Supervisor, she facilitated the maintenance of 768 preventative maintenance checks on life saving equipment and Underway Replenishment gear.
- While TAD to USS NIMITZ for the FY2022 work-up cycle, she was appointed line POIC: supervised 10 sailors in the safe execution of 10 Sea and Anchor details with zero mishaps. Executed 3 boat operations as Davit POIC U/I, a position usually held by a seasoned Second Class Petty Officer. As BMOW, she has stood more than 360 hours of bridge watch and supervised 20 Sailors while performing her duties as a vigilant watchstander.
- During the early start of Docking Planned Incremental Availability, she supervised the safe removal of 128 abandon ship life rafts, hydrostatic release devices, harnesses, and two Rigid Inflatable Boats with zero mishaps.
Nuclear Zone Manager
Technical Expert. He was hand selected as part of the NAVSEA audit response team and Nuclear Material Management improvement team. His extraordinary planning and managerial skills were critical to the successful completion of 23 availabilities with 617 jobs, including 3 repairs which required freeze seals and multiple emergent replacements of vital reactor plant equipment only days prior to deployment. He was instrumental to the safe dry-docking, repairs, and undocking of 3 submarines with extensive work packages including 13 primary valve repairs, Pressurizer Elbow U/T, and 6 discharges of radioactive liquid.
Performed Zone Manager duties for Reactor Auxiliaries and Reactor Damage Control divisions leading to the completion of 128 CU Phases and the overhaul of Aft Emergency Diesel room air start system. During the Surface Nuclear Propulsion Training team visit, he ensured zero administrative discrepancies were received by the division. Performed duties of Divisional Safety Petty Officer, providing 80 hours of training which led to the successful completion of RXDC INSURV with zero safety violations.
Medical Zone Manager
AS ZONE MANAGER, OVERSAW 388 MAINTENANCE ACTIONS, 8000 MAN-HOURS AND THE INSTALLATION OF THE TMIP SYSTEM LEADING TO 72 COMPLETELY REHABILITATED MEDICAL SPACES.
Weapons Department Zone Manager, DPIA-2012
Managed the combined efforts of 199 personnel in the completion of over 1700 scheduled jobs. Planned the safe and efficient on-load, inspection and stowage of 3,000 tons of ordnance totaling 1,266 lifts. Lead a five man team during an extremely demanding three carrier hull swap, providing continuity in three different aviation weapons movement control stations. This team ensured all carrier air wing two ordnance requirements were met without incident during Southern seas deployment. Set the standard during preparation for chaff aviation ordnance readiness review. Personally pre-inspected six critical explosives safety programs identifying and correcting numerous findings.
Shipyard Military Zone Manager
COMPLETED OVER FIFTEEN CONTINUOUS MAINTENENCE AVAILABILITIES AND ENSURED OVER ONE THOUSAND I-LEVEL MAINTENANCE JOBS WERE COMPLETED, ENABLING FIVE ARLEIGH BURKE CLASS DDGs TO DEPLOY ON TIME.
AS NSSA SHIPS MILITARY ZONE MANAGER, SHE DISTINGUISHED HERSELF AS AN OUTSTANDING SHIP SUPERINTENDENT FOR USS ELROD, USS KAUFFMAN, ACU2, NACB AND THE FLOATING DRYDOCK DYNAMIC. COORDINATED REPAIR EFFORTS BETWEEN 5 PORT ENGINEERS, 18 PRODUCTION SHOPS, COUNTLESS NAVY PERSONNEL AND MULTIPLE SHIPYARDS TO ENSURE OVER 800 AUTOMATED WORK REQUESTS WERE CORRECTED TO COMPLETE 2 CNO EVALS AND 6 CMAVS.