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Mark Phillips

Member at New York National Guard
I graduated from Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Public Communications with a B.S in Broadcast and Digital Journalism, and a minor in Entrepreneurship and Emerging Enterprises. I was an Army ROTC Cadet while attending Syracuse University. I commissioned into the Army as a 2nd Lieutenant on December 18, 2013. I currently serve as an Ordnance Officer in an Executive Officer position within the New York Army National Guard. My experiences in the Army have given me numerous managerial and logistics based leadership experiences. I have been responsible for managing millions of dollars of equipment and Company sized personnel elements. My logistics and managerial experiences have been enhanced and refined while attending the Army Logistics University at Fort Lee. Outside of my Army experiences I have a passion for broadcast television and radio. I have a developing hands on experience in TV and radio presentation and production. I have had numerous on air experiences that have shaped my on air personality. I have reported on anything ranging from hard news to feature stories. I have a wide ranging diversified ability to incorporate my business experiences in entrepreneurial marketing and finance into the broadcast media market. My leadership experiences in the Army along with my education at Syracuse University in news writing, social media, broadcast TV and radio, coupled with my business experiences allowed me to develop a myriad of skills that translate into a wide range of future job opportunities. I am currently pursuing a Masters of Business Administration Degree with a concentration in Supply Chain Management at the University at Buffalo with an anticipated graduation date of June 2018. I am interested in acquiring an internship in the Buffalo/Niagara Metropolitan area for the Summer of 2017.
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Syracuse University
SUNY University at Buffalo
New York National Guard

Executive Officer at New York Army National Guard
Management of 80+ personnel and multi-million dollar equipment. Coordination and development of training plans with adjacent units. Enforcement of Army standards ensuring all training metrics meet or exceed all Battalion directed training goals. This position requires refined strategic thinking and problem solving skills with an emphasis on accomplishing all mission essential tasks within a tight time frame.
November 2016 - Present
Ordnance Officer at U.S. Army
Sustainment and Logistics Operations
December 2013 - Present
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