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ANGEL (SUNYA) M.

ATNIP-BARTLING
2800 Jeanetta St. # 1405 Houston, TX 77063 832-512-3194 sunya.atnip@gmail.com EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX, Salt Lake City, UT Master of Business Administration WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY, Ogden, UT B.A. Political Science & Art, Minor in Asian Studies LANE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Eugene, OR B.A. Business Administration, Management Cum Laude October 2010

May 2005

June 2003

EXPERIENCE TEXAS/UTAH ARMY NATIONAL GUARD, Houston, TX April 2008- Present Program Analyst Manager (01/2011-Present) Manage approximately 690 Soldiers Security Clearances from E-1 through O-6 Develop and provide Intelligence products involving procurement of sensitive equipment, analysis of all intelligence information, and submitting conclusions and recommendations. Research demographics and geography of specified area providing operational support, analyzing risk mitigation and supervision of project Logistics Project Manager (10/2009-01/ 2011) Managed/ supervised 8 personnel and 8 different contracts Developed policies and procedures for all S&S logistics involving procurement of supplies, services, utilized market research for business practices, sources of supply and cost factor as tools for negotiations Responsible for contract scrutiny including administration/termination, contract closeouts, as enforcer that required working knowledge of legislation, military/civilian regulations Program Manager, Basic Branch Officer Strength Maintenance (April 2008-Sept 2009) Marketing and designing products as a primary Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the Army National Guard (ROTC) for 50 States and 4 Territories Tracked accessions of newly commissioned Cadets, attrition management, retention programs with incentives and assisted with development/oversight over projects Collaborated with State Officer Strength Managers (OSMs) and the Cadet Command ensure accession to NG Ensured ARNG representatives at the Cadet Command Courses Upon commissioning, ensured ARNG Cadets received prioritization in branch/unit assignment MIKE DAVIS SIGNS, Rosenberg, TX February 2012 March 2013 Co-Manager Manage all aspects of daily operations including receipt of sales order, production queue, ordered supplies, created product in production and developed customer relations Created incentive programs for personnel enhancing morale and improved production quality implemented hybrid Just-In-Time (JIT) logistical support system increasing company efficiency by 20% Administered human resources functions that involved hiring temporary contract workers, payroll, financials, logistics ADDITIONAL Conversant in Korean Norwest Best Bassist Award Joint Meritorious Unit Award, National Defense Service Medal/Iraq Campaign Medal

w/ Star, Army Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon and Armed Forces Reserve Medal w/ M device