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James Lewis

Alumni of Troy University
Summary Over 30 years experience in aviation education, security, management, and planning while serving as an active duty officer and helicopter pilot. Have supervised both military and civilian personnel in the performance of a wide variety of military and commercial activities. Held Top Secret and Secret Clearances. Have excellent computer skills, including heavy Excel experience. A professional project manager accustomed to defining the situation, developing, then implementing a plan of action for the successful completion of the project plan on time and on budget.
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Troy University

James Lewis wins Outstanding Graduate Award at Troy University

James Lewis of Dothan, AL, was among the students recognized for outstanding achievements in academics, leadership and service during Troy University's annual Honors Convocation. Lewis received th...

May, 11 2017 - Verified by Troy University
James Lewis graduates from Troy University

James Lewis of Dothan, AL, graduated from Troy University during the Fall Semester/Term 2 of the 2016/2017 academic year. Lewis attended the Dothan Campus and graduated with the Master of Business...

December, 21 2016 - Verified by Troy University
First Officer at Endeavor Air
December 2016 - Present
Alabama Wing Commander at Civil Air Patrol
Senior corporate volunteer officer within the State of Alabama (Wing), responsible to the corporation and to the region commander for ensuring that Corporate objectives, policies, and operational directives are effectively executed within the wing. Exercise command over all units and personnel in the wing. Promote objectives and purposes of CAP by encouraging the achievement of established goals and programs by all units and by establishing new goals and programs within the wing in support of the corporation’s objectives. Establish plans, policies, and procedures necessary to the proper conduct of wing affairs that are not in conflict with National Headquarters and region policies and directives. Ensure the safety of personnel and equipment though an active and aggressive safety education and inspection program. Be aware of the accomplishments, problems and degree of compliance by subordinate units with policies and directives through a system of inspections, reports, and staff visits. Inform the region commander of progress toward achievement of objectives, notable accomplishments, problem areas, and other matters of interest. Refer problems that cannot be resolved at wing level to the region commander. Select and appoint high caliber wing staff members and remove from wing staff positions those members deemed unqualified or otherwise unsuitable to continue in their positions. Appoint high caliber commanders of subordinate units when replacements are needed and remove unit commanders from positions whenever they are considered unqualified or otherwise unsuitable. Visit subordinate units on a periodic basis and apprise them on matters affecting them and assist by furnishing guidance and resolving problems. Approve all organizational actions for subordinate units (charters, redesignations, activations, deactivations, etc.). Approve promotions for members within the wing. Approve recommendations for awards and decorations for members of the wing
October 2015 - Present
President at JB Lewis Holdings, LLC
Provide leadership to position the company at the forefront of the real estate investment industry. Develop a strategic plan to advance the JB Lewis Holdings' mission and objectives and to promote revenue, profitability and growth as an organization. Oversee company operations to ensure production efficiency, quality, service, and cost-effective management of resources.
March 2014 - Present
Helicopter Instructor Pilot, Advanced Division at AECOM
Perform as an Instrument Instructor Pilot and Pilot-in-Command in the Advanced Division, in the United States Army Initial Entry Rotary Wing Course as a contractor with AECOM (previously URS Corporation). Simultaneously provide flight instruction in the TH-67 (Bell 206) helicopter and lecture and ground instruction for undergraduate students in all aspects of instrument flight. Manage training programs to ensure objective criteria are met for the customer. Develop junior officer leadership and critical thinking techniques through mentorship and challenging training. Ensure the execution of all training is completed in a positive, safe and respectful environment.
October 2010 - Present

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