Professional Summary

Chase joins the Barriers to Entry program as an experienced Infantryman offering 3+ years’ experience with the United States Army, 3 years of construction as well as 3+ years of sales experience. Solid communication, planning and problem-solving abilities. Seeking to apply team collaboration, leadership, and strong critical thinking skills to advance the company’s mission.


  • Methodologies: Agile, Waterfall (in process)
  • Soft Skills: Leadership, Excellent Communication, Reliable, Adaptable, Results Oriented, Personable, Persistent
  • Relevant Experience: Project Planning, Risk Assessment, Operations Management, Team Development
  • Software: Microsoft Office Suite, QuickBooks, SharePoint

Education & Training

  • York Solutions’ Barriers to Entry ProgramConcentration: Project Management (in process)
  • OSUTSpecialized Military Training
  • Certifications- Military Science, Advanced First Aid, Human Health and Disease Prevention, Military Leadership Course

Professional Experience Highlights

Verizon, Solution Specialist

  • Build cost effective solutions for business and consumer accounts.
  • Discover and explore business relationships.
  • Excellent communication and customer service skills.
  • Meet and exceed quota and monthly sales targets.
  • Build company policy and procedures to recruit new work talent.
  • Streamline and explore new training opportunities.
  • Well educated on current technologies.
  • Use Microsoft Office, Point of Sale, and Outlook


US Army, Infantry

  • Taught personnel how to mitigate hazards and properly use personal protective equipment.
  • Operated and maintained field communications equipment.
  • Surveyed and analyzed terrain to determine optimum equipment placement and use.
  • Drafted military and nonmilitary correspondence.
  • Updated and filed supply records and forms.
  • Operated and maintained heavy equipment.
  • Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat.
  • Identified and resolved equipment shortages.
  • Accounted for more than $500,000 in high-value equipment.


Morcon, Forman

  • Managed and organized workers to complete projects on time.
  • Remodeled city buildings and grounds to increase efficiencies.
  • Used precision measuring instruments, templates, and fixtures to measure dimensions of finished work pieces.
  • Assessed engineering documentation to determine order of construction operations.
  • Dug trenches, backfilled, and compacted earth to prepare for construction.
  • Used schematic diagrams to plan work.
  • Loaded and unloaded building materials used for construction.
  • Operated wide variety of equipment including power saws, sanders, grinders, forklift, bobcat, and basic hand tools.