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L. Michael Evans, Jr

L. Michael Evans, Jr

ULD Coordinator

Kalitta Air

ULD Coordinator at Kalitta Air

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Kalitta Air

ULD Coordinator

Responsible for the tracking of ULD’s, and all associated costs, the administrative data collection in support of all Kalitta contracts, as well as the administrative data collection in support of DOT reporting, scheduling & coordinating travel for company loadmasters worldwide.

Career medium 05
Career
Career medium 05

Adult Comfort Housing Living Foundation

IT Department Manager

Adult Comfort Living Housing Foundation is a faith based non profit organization. Helping Military Veterans find hope by providing assistance no matter what your race or creed. It is Adult Comfort Living Housing Foundation’s objective to provide the knowledge and support for a better tomorrow.

Adult Comfort Housing Living Foundation is organized exclusively for the purpose of receiving and administering funds for charitable, religious, educational or scientific purposes as described in section 501(C)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 ( or the corresponding provision of any future United States Internal Revenue Code) (the "Code").

Career

Blue Skyworks Studios

CEO & Photographer

CEO & Primary Photographer & Freelance
Gear maintenance and upkeep
Knowledge of wide range of equipment
Budget/Pricing/Billing/Accounting
Location selection
Model selection
Lighting setup
Background selection/creation
Props
Supervision of assistants
Working with art directors/stylists
Shooting the photo!
Supervising/performing post-processing
CEO & Primary Photographer
Public Affairs
Webmaster

Career medium 04
Career

Delta Air Lines

Cargo Customer Service

International & Domestic Cargo Customer Agent.

Regional Elite Airline Services (Comair+Mesaba Merger)

Performance Supervisor

Wholly owned Subsidiaries of Delta Air Lines

Formally Comair, Inc Employee, GSC/CRO, CSA above & below wing, & TDY agent. Reviewed flight activity and plan work assignments to ensure flights are turned within established/standard turn time. Assign duties, inspect work, and insure all ground related service tasks are performed in accordance to standard processes/procedures in a safe, efficient manner. Proactively communicate service issues to the appropriate carrier’s operations offices and to station/hub manager. Investigate service failures, passenger complaints and employee issues & take the appropriate action to document and resolve the issue. Coach, counsel, document and issue all levels of appropriate progressive discipline to staff. Responsible for staff scheduling to include: work assignments/rotation, overtime assignments, & shift rotations. Screen applicants, recommend whether to retain employees upon completion of probationary period & recommend dismissals of employees. Plan, monitor, respond, & report on activity in assigned area to achieve operational objectives. Interacts with internal customers that Regional Elite provides services to in order to meet their operational needs and requirements. Ensure resource availability.
Train & develop agents in assigned area. Conduct daily briefings. Investigate, prepare & deliver disciplinary action to direct reports. Identify, resolve-coach employees when operational failures occur. Ability to provide leadership, counsel, and motivation to staff, securing their respective commitments to the companies’ goals. Monitor and respond to safety and security issues.
* Maintain & ensure knowledge of all DOT rules.
* Perform duties of CRO and GSC Officer.

My primary duties for Delta Airlines, Northwest Air Lines, Comair Delta Connection & Regional Elite include training trainers, gate, ticketing and ramp personnel on all duties as well as performing everyday customer service duties.

Career medium 03
Career
Career medium 04

United States Air Force

AFROTC

Able to attach to learn from the 86th Group and the 75th AS over a 3 year period as a DC-9 jumpseater and assists with aeromedical evacuation missions. Current Clearance A.S.

The 86th Airlift Wing is comprised of six groups: 86th Operations Group, 86th Maintenance Group, 86th Mission Support Group, 86th Civil Engineer Group, 86th Logistics Readiness Group, and the 86th Medical Group. The operations group provides theater airlift, distinguished visitor transport, and aeromedical evacuation capability by maintaining readiness to deploy and employ all assets across the spectrum of air combat support missions.

The fleet consists of one C-40B, two C-20Hs, ten C-21As, one C-37 and 14 C-130Js. The operations group also leads two geographically separated units, one at Moron AB, Spain, and a second at Chievres AB, Belgium.

Career

Illini Union Rec Room

Sales Associate

* Illini Union Amusement, Cashier and Maintenance Employee. Rec Room lane responsibilities include lane and machine maintenance as well as cash handling.
* Billiards Room: Responsibilities include maintaining twenty-three billiard room tables in a competition ready state as well as cash operations and customer service as a desk clerk. Assisted students, staff and public during classes, competitions and events.

Career medium 06
Career
Career medium 02

AAFES (Army Air Force Exchange Service)

Sales Associate

responsibilities as an AAFES Sales Associate include cash operations, great customer service, keeping inventory of all items (including DVD rentals, food, drinks, electronics, European gifts, and more). An additional responsibility as a Sales Associate assigned to Video Rental was to maintain, edit, and repair the computer software used to track all video purchases and rentals. During my employment with AAFES our store was #1 in Europe for sales two consecutive years.

Career

Army Family Action Plan (worldwide conference)

Member

Create a course of action to assist military families in easing the moving/PCS process. We created a timeline and guidelines for dependents to follow when switching schools between states and countries.
AFAP allows every sector of the military to have a voice in raising quality well-being concerns to leadership.
For those issues that are related to Army or DOD Policy, AFAP is ready to assist in submitting to higher commands for consideration and resolution.

The Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) is a vehicle for providing input from the people of the Army to Army leadership. It's a process that lets soldiers and families say what policies and programs are working, and those that are not - AND what they think will fix it. It alerts commanders and Army leaders to areas of concern that need their attention, and it gives them the opportunity to quickly put plans into place to work toward resolving the issues.

Each Installation has a Customer Service process to resolve local issues.

Gives commanders a gauge to validate concerns and measure satisfaction
Enhances Army's corporate image
Helps retain the best and brightest
Results in legislation, policies, programs and services that strengthen readiness and retention
Safeguards well-being

Active and Reserve soldiers, retirees, surviving spouses, DA civilians, family members, and tenant organizations are encouraged to bring issues they believe are important to maintain a good standard of living and impacted by these DoD or DA wide policies.

For those issues beyond the local level - these are sent to MACOM AFAP conferences and to HQDA, where delegates from across the Army determine which will go into the AFAP. The issues that are selected for the AFAP are worked toward resolution by Army staff and DoD agencies. Visit Army OneSource, click Family Programs and Services then select Army Family Action Plan to search the database of active HQDA AFAP issues to review the issues.

Career medium 01
Career

Teen & Youth Mentor

Mentor

Assisting military youth with the educational needs, military moves and career options.

Save Rivers Program (Illinois/Missouri)

Volunteer

Stencil and protect MO and IL drains leading to the Mississipi river

Career medium 01

Army Family Action Plan (worldwide conference)

Facilitator

AFAP allows every sector of the military to have a voice in raising quality well-being concerns to leadership.

For Local issues, all are encouraged to use the Customer Service Channels for each activity to assist the Installation in improving local service.

For those issues that are related to Army or DOD Policy, AFAP is ready to assist in submitting to higher commands for consideration and resolution.


Interactive Customer Evaluation System
The Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) is a vehicle for providing input from the people of the Army to Army leadership. It's a process that lets soldiers and families say what policies and programs are working, and those that are not - AND what they think will fix it. It alerts commanders and Army leaders to areas of concern that need their attention, and it gives them the opportunity to quickly put plans into place to work toward resolving the issues.

The Installation has local Customer Service Representatives that can address local service issues.

Installations hold AFAP forums to discuss DoD and DA policies and programs that need improvement.

Active and Reserve soldiers, retirees, surviving spouses, DA civilians, family members, and tenant organizations are encouraged to bring issues they believe are important to maintain a good standard of living and impacted by these DoD or DA wide policies.

Though the majority of AFAP issues in the past were focused on local issues, these are now primarily handled at the installation level.

For those issues beyond the local level - these are sent to MACOM AFAP conferences and to HQDA, where delegates from across the Army determine which will go into the AFAP. The issues that are selected for the AFAP are worked toward resolution by Army staff and DoD agencies. Visit Army OneSource, click Family Programs and Services then select Army Family Action Plan to search the database of active HQDA AFAP issues to review the issue status.

Career

US ARMY Charves Melvin Price Support Center CMPSC

Event Coordinator for Local Youth and Families

Holiday Event Coordinator, local community festivals, Golf outings, Youth Sports trips, Lock Ins events at the on base bowling alleys or Youth Centers @ Scott AFB or CMPSC, and Adopt-a-Highway Program & much more.

Career medium 02
Career

Renaissance Festivals

C/Capt. AFJRTOC

Organize and recruit area volunteers for local festivals

University of Maryland University College

Business Administration, Political Science

Washtenaw Community College

Photography

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Aviation Human Factors