Event Coordinator Examples
In addition, Petty Officer Aceves volunteered to be the Unit Patriot Event Coordinator. With tireless dedication, he coordinated with the Air Force to fly 135 flags honoring loved ones and providing increased morale for troops and Sailors.
As Navy Ball Event Coordinator, led 22 Sailors in raising $30K for the annual birthday ball. As the Command's MWR Event Coordinator, he coordinated with all fundraising groups to schedule, deconflict, plan, and execute fundraising efforts for over 60 events.
While serving as Navy Information Operations Command Colorado Navy Recreation Committee Event Coordinator. His meticulous organizational skills and diligent efforts resulted in the successful coordination of the 2016 Joint Forces Golf Tournament for 36 participants. He dedicated more than 100 off-duty hours planning and organizing the golf tournament, in addition to collecting more than $3,000 in merchandise from local vendors for raffle prizes. His efforts directly resulted in $1,600 being raised in support of NIOC Colorado Chief Petty Officer Selectees and the Navy Recreational Committee.
As Lead Coordinator for the inaugural Wounded Warrior Pacific Trials, he distinguished himself by developing, coordinating and executing an extremely successful trials event for 49 Navy and Coast Guard wounded warrior athletes. He efficiently managed 11 Navy Safe Harbor staff members and coaches, 11 event coordinators, 13 island commands and over 250 volunteers. His leadership and forsight made our Pacific Fleet inaugural event a huge success.
Active member of the FCPOA and board member. Served as event coordinator, overseeing all First Class event involvement under way or in port, from fund raising to giving away prizes to the crew. Personally coordinated events during every port visit.
ACHIEVEMENT WHILE SERVING AS THE NAVY RECREATION COMMITTEE'S EVENT COORDINATOR FROM 10 AUGUST TO 20 SEPTEMBER 2016. PETTY OFFICER KELLOG'S METICULOUS ORGANIZATIONAL SKILLS AND DETAILED PLANNING WERE ON FULL DISPLAY WHILE ORGANIZING TWO HIGH PROFILE EVENTS. HE SINGLE HANDEDLY ORGANIZED THE 2016 JOINT FORCES GOLF TOURNAMENT FOR 48 PARTICIPANTS. HE DEDICATED MORE THAN 80 OFF-DUTY HOURS ORGANIZING THE TOURNAMENT AND COLLECTING $3,000 IN DONATIONS FOR RAFFLE PRIZES, WHICH LED TO THE MOST INVOLVEMENT AND GREATEST PARTICIPATION EVER. PETTY OFFICER KELLOG MANAGED 11 VOLUNTEERS WHO DEDICATED OVER 40 HOURS EACH TO MAKE THE EVENT A RESOUNDING SUCCESS. HIS EFFORTS DIRECTLY RESULTED IN $2,400 BEING RAISED TO SUPPORT MULTIPLE COMMAND ORGANIZATIONS. ADDITIONALLY, HE WAS THE DRIVING FORCE BEHIND THE NIOC COLORADO COMMAND PICNIC. HE TIRELESSLY DEVOTED 40 HOURS TO COORDINATING WITH VENDORS, BASE OFFICIALS, AND UNIT KEY WORKERS TO MAKE THE PICNIC A SUCCESS. HE PROCURED MORE THAN $3,500 WORTH OF EQUIPMENT, OVERSAW A BUDGET OF $900 AND MANAGED 12 VOLUNTEERS FOR THE EVENT. HIS EFORTS HAD AN IMMEASURABLE POSITIVE IMPACT ON THE MORALE OF 288 SAILORS. PETTY OFFICER KELLOG'S EXCEPTIONAL ABILITY, PERSONAL INITIATIVE AND TOTAL DEDICATION TO DUTY, REFLECTED CREDIT UPON HIMSELF AND WERE IN KEEPING WITH THE HIGHEST TRADITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES NAVAL SERVICE.
Petty Officer Night distinguished herself by exceptionally meritorious achievement as Event Coordinator, Department of Warrior Family Coordination Cell, Directorate for Assistant Chief of Staff, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland from November 2017 to November 2018. Petty Officer Night revised the departmental event cover sheet, consolidated and eliminated redundant efforts in the process, resulting in a 50 percent increase in overall efficiency. In addition, she task-organized five "well wish" visits by a variety of major sports teams and trained and organized a team of 30 volunteers to assist and provide crowd control during the ceremony to recognize 300 Wounded Warriors. The distinctive accomplishments of Petty Officer Night reflect credit upon herself, the United States Navy, and the Office of the Secretary of Defense.