C. David GreenDayton, Ohio Area | 937-823-7075 | c.dgreen55@yahoo.com | www.linkedin.com/in/cdavidgreenTraining Facilitato...
Volunteer Experience2004 – 2009 | Treasurer / Elder | Memorial Presbyterian Church | Dayton, Ohio   Managed annual budget...
KeywordsThese are words and phrases within my experience and skill set, used here to complete this document.   Able to tr...
C. David Green                                                                                                 Page 4Trash...
C. David Green                                                                                                   Page 5  ...
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  1. 1. C. David GreenDayton, Ohio Area | 937-823-7075 | c.dgreen55@yahoo.com | www.linkedin.com/in/cdavidgreenTraining Facilitator / Operations Leader / Project ManagerInspiring training facilitator, operations leader and project manager. Broad background in geospatial technology withspecific technical expertise in image processing, quality assurance, analysis and validation of high-resolution airborneimagery. Additional skills in staff training and inclusive leadership with “shrewd” problem-solving style, “able toarrive at what is right for the organization.” Top Secret security clearance. Core competencies include: Training Facilitation. Recognized for achieving a high level of quality in providing a safe, learner centered environment for the adult learner. Facilitated learning for students on the skills of safe motorcycle riding, achieving a success rate of 85% while training 288 students in 2007. Presented more than 150 classes over a period of Six years while affiliated with Greene County Recreations and Parks and Motorcycle Ohio, a division of the Ohio Department of Public Safety. Operations Leadership. Known for providing outstanding quality that generates repeat business. Always mindful of reducing operating costs and mitigating risks. Has led an 11-member staff (pilots, operators, technicians) for the acquisition of aerial imagery. Managed and maintained the operation of three twin-engine aircraft and five aerial sensors valued at $7.5 million; managed an annual operating budget of $500,000. Project Management. Led hundreds of projects over the years – with time-frames up to two years and budgets up to $600,000. Expertise in airborne and/or satellite-based image classification projects. These projects have included missions along the U.S. / Mexico border, preparations for the 2009 presidential inauguration, and clean up after the BP oil spill. On the ground, completed a $60K repair and modification project three months ahead of schedule.Professional ExperienceMarch, 2012 – Present | My Favorite Pet – Vandalia Animal Clinic | Greater Dayton AreaMy Favorite Pet (myfavoritepet.net) is the premier provider of animal care and boarding in the Dayton Area. • Customer Service Representative / Project Manager2003 – Present | Self | Greater Dayton AreaMotorcycle Ohio (motorcycle.ohio.gov), a division of ODPS, is a provider of motorcycle safety training.Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) (www.msf-usa.org), The MSF is a developer of comprehensive, research-basedrider education and training curricula designed to develop or advance motorcyclists riding skills. • Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) RiderCoach – Training Facilitator2009 – 2010 | Northrop Grumman Corporation | Greater Atlanta AreaNorthrop Grumman (northropgrumman.com) is “a leader in global security.” The 3001 International Operating Unitwas an independent geospatial company until NG acquired them in August 2008. • Project Manager / Operations Manager – 3001 International Operating Unit1977 – 2008 | Woolpert, Inc. | Dayton, OhioWoolpert (woolpert.com) is a market leader in design, geospatial and infrastructure. • Technical Project Manager / Flight Operations Manager
  2. 2. Volunteer Experience2004 – 2009 | Treasurer / Elder | Memorial Presbyterian Church | Dayton, Ohio Managed annual budget of $150,000; reduced the proposed deficit of $19,735 to a final deficit of $1,457 in 2008.2006 – 2009 | Course Director | Miami Valley Council, Boy Scouts of America | Dayton, Ohio Led a staff of 50 and managed a $4,000 budget to provide Scoutmaster Training for 30-40 students annually. Received the District Award of Merit and the Silver Beaver Award.1986 – 1989 | Chairman | The International Association of Synercom Users (IASU) | Houston, Texas Maintained communications and support for world-wide members, being one of three experts for Synercom Technologies’ Environmental Mapping Information System (EMIS). Organized and led three annual international conferences in Houston for approximately 100 attendees.Education and Professional DevelopmentStudied Photography | Sinclair Community College | Dayton, OhioMotorcycle Safety Foundation–Kentucky Motorcycle Program | Richmond, Kentucky | 2011 “Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) RiderCoach Preparation Course”Project Success, Inc. | Atlanta, Georgia | 2010 “The Project Success Method” of Effective Project ManagementFred Pryor Seminars “Managing Multiple Tasks and Meeting Deadlines”Motorcycle Ohio | Columbus, Ohio | 2002 “Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Instructor Preparation Course” “Basic Rider Course (BRC)”Boy Scouts of America | Dayton, Ohio | 1993 – 2009 Wood Badge (eleven key leadership skills) | Staff Service | 1998 & 2000 National Camping School, “Family Camp Administration” The Buckskin Trail (http://www.miamivalleybsa.org/Training/Adult/BuckskinTrail/) | 1993 - 2009Additional Competencies American Red Cross | First Aid/CPR/AED Laser Safety Officer | Laser Institute of America (laserinstitute.org) MS Office 7 | Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook MS Visio MS Project Zeiss-Intergraph Corporation | Digital Mapping Camera (DMC) Leica Geosystems, Inc. | FPES, FCMS, Gpro Optech Corporation, ALTM LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging) Sensor TerraSolid Suite | TerraScan, TerraModeler Bentley Systems, Inc. | MicroStation V8, MicroStationJ, MicroStationSE & MicroStation GeoGraphics Autodesk | AutoCAD 2000 Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) | ARC/INFO, ARCMAP
  3. 3. KeywordsThese are words and phrases within my experience and skill set, used here to complete this document. Able to travel, plan, and conduct field work on both land and water. Able to work in the United States. Project management experience; able to train and mentor others. Excellent interpersonal communication and presentation skills. ISO 9001 ESRI GIS Direct experience developing NOAA Coastal Change Analysis Program (C-CAP) and/or USGS National Land Cover Dataset (NLCD) products. LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) Imagery: Leica, Zeiss-Intergraph (Z-I) Digital Mapping Camera (DMC) and Rollei.
  4. 4. C. David Green Page 4Trash:Inspiring and analytical senior geospatial technicianGeographic information systems. Highly competent GIS technician; adept with quantitative and qualitative analysis ofboth high and medium resolution imagery (from airborne and satellite sources). Five-plus years in LiDAR (LightDetection and Ranging), data management and acquisition. Ten-plus years in imagery processing and acquisitionincluding Leica (ADS – RC30), Zeiss-Intergraph (Z-I) Digital Mapping Camera (DMC), and Rollei.2009 – 2010 | Northrop Grumman Corporation | Greater Atlanta AreaNorthrop Grumman (northropgrumman.com) is “a leader in global security.” The 3001 International Operating Unitwas an independent geospatial company until NG acquired them in August 2008.Project Manager / Sensor Operations Manager – 3001 International Operating Unit Led a remotely headquartered staff of 10 sensor operators for the acquisition of aerial imagery and terrain data. Maintained multiple digital sensor platforms valued at over $10 million. Directly accountable for the repair, maintenance, installation and quality assurance of this equipment. Communicated daily project status by distributing reports to more than 41 project managers and technicians companywide; formatted reports for viewing on hand-held devices. Created and maintained ISO 9001 documentation: standard procedures and training materials. Used LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) equipment (among others). Used Leica, Zeiss-Intergraph (Z-I) Digital Mapping Camera (DMC) and Rollei imaging technology.1977 – 2008 | Woolpert, Inc. | Dayton, OhioWoolpert (woolpert.com) is a market leader in design, geospatial and infrastructure.Flight Operations Manager | 2007-2008 Led 11 staff members (pilots, operators, technicians) for the acquisition of aerial imagery throughout the Americas while maintaining an average profit margin greater than 20%. Managed and maintained the operation of three twin-engine aircraft and five aerial sensors valued at approximately $7.5 million; managed an annual operating budget of approximately $500,000. Coordinated aerial acquisition over and along the United States/Mexico border between aerial crews and multiple Mexican government agencies. Obtained the necessary permits from the FAA, U.S. Secret Service, and Transportation Safety Administration for acquiring aerial imagery over Washington, DC (P-56) in preparation for the 2009 Presidential Inauguration. Successfully acquired digital aerial imagery and three-dimensional terrain data within the continental United States, Canada and Central America in excess of 50,000 line miles annually.Project / Phase Manager, Cadastral Specialist, Photogrammetric Technician | 1990-2007 Processed data and established production procedures for LiDAR data for multiple clients throughout the Americas, including The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA), OGRIP, and the states of Ohio and Pennsylvania. Prepared and presented numerous papers at 10+ international GIS conferences and regional technical trade shows. Defined work flow, trained staff, prepared client communications, wrote progress reports, and estimated project costs for numerous GIS/photogrammetric clients.
  5. 5. C. David Green Page 5 Managed all phases and tasks of parcel map (cadastre) creation, compilation and conversion for numerous county clients throughout the country (lower 48). Managed and trained inmates for production staff at the North Central Correctional Institute in Marion, Ohio in cooperation with The Ohio Penal Industries / Ohio Off-Shore Industries (OPI/OOSI). Served as assistant project manager on large, regional GIS projects in Ohio: “The Franklin County Area Geographic Information System (Columbus)” and “The Cincinnati Area Geographic Information System (CAGIS).” Led an 18-person production staff that was distributed over three shifts per day on multiple GIS projects.2003 – 2008 | Motorcycle Ohio, Ohio Department of Public Safety | Columbus, OhioMotorcycle Ohio (motorcycle.ohio.gov), a division of ODPS, is a provider of motorcycle safety training.Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) RiderCoach Trained and facilitated learning for students on the skills of safe motorcycle riding, achieving a success rate of 85% while training 288 students in 2007. Lectured before private groups throughout the state as a member of the Motorcycle Ohio Speakers Bureau. One of 24 recipients of “The 2004 Instructor Achievement Award” out of 192 eligible RiderCoaches.

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