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Mission StatementTo provide precise accounting services that will add value to my organization by bringing together my skills, knowledge, and experience, to meet and exceed established goals. I will realize this mission by setting the highest standards in accurate data analysis, internal customer service, and personal integrity.
In five years I will become a part of a hand-picked team in my business unit and be intimately familiar with all its functions. I will have earned my MBA and CPA, and will apply the knowledge which I have learned within my capacity to enhance the operation of my organization.
In my dealings with leadership, I will be direct about what I observe, clear about my expectations, and honest about the benefits I can provide to my organization.
In my dealings with individuals, I will encourage their ideas, respect their diversity, cultivate their professional growth, and honor their experience.
In dealings with my leadership style, I will lead by setting the example I wish to see in my staff, taking on the role as a mentor to educate positive behavior, to consistently improve their role in the organization.
Air Desert Pacific - Chino - United States(January 2006 - April 2006)
- Trained students to successfully pass stringent FAA knowledge and practical tests
- Executed decisions regarding student’s ability to maintain a safe and thorough training program
- Instructed a British Airways A-340 captain to successfully earn his FAA Airline Transport Certificate within 1 week
- Increased student base from 5 students to over 13 concurrently within 3 months with a combination of customer service and disciplined training methods
- Developed tailored solutions to each student's personal hurdles such as writing down clearances at Los Angeles International Airport repeatedly from the radio when a student gets flustered writing clearances in flight
- Part 61 and 141 flight school with a fleet of over 20 aircraft with the focus of training career pilots destined for the airlines both foreign and domestic. Air Desert Pacific has closed for business as of April 2006.