Served as principal law enforcement advisor to the Department of Defense to include policy, strategies, analysis and management, $33 million budget oversight, operational plans, and intelligence programs
Managed and supervised DEA's offices throughout the Caribbean, DEA's Intelligence Center, and Diversion Enforcement Groups, totaling over 150 personnel
Managed and supervised all DEA offices and programs throughout Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, with direct oversight of 18 field offices and 150 personnel
Managed three permanent DEA offices and two jungle base camps in Bolivia. The Bolivian office was DEA's largest foreign office, comprised of 230 U.S. military and DEA personnel, a 1,400-man Bolivian paramilitary force with Police, Air Force, Army and Navy components, five fixed-wing aircraft with three pilots and a fleet of 24 helicopters piloted by Bolivians
Managed the Operational Plans Group and Intelligence Fusion Center (prioritized law enforcement targets and efforts) for Operation Snowcap which was the U.S. Government's program to combat drug production at jungle sources throughout Latin America
Investigated federal level felony crimes, including money laundering, murder, armed robbery, fraud, rape, arson, sabotage, espionage, terrorism and drug trafficking.
U.S. Attorney General's Award for Exceptional Heroism; ONDCP Award for Exemplary Dedication and Courage; Association of Federal Investigation Award for Criminal Investigator of the Year; Bolivian Exceptional Service Award; DEA Administrator's Award for Outstanding Achievement, Outstanding Management Awards; Sustained Superior Performance Awards, Excellence of Performance Awards.
Appeared on CBS, ABC and BBC television; featured in the Washington Post, the Miami Herald and other news media.
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