Rodney, Kelly, Roxanne, Kasey & Kurtis
  Rodney H. Johnson 
CMR 460 Box 244    APO AE  09703
Mozartstr 13    6444 AV   Brunssum,  NL

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Master's of Education (Adult and Higher) with an emphasis in Organizational Training. 
University of Oklahoma
Norman, OK
  Bachelors of Science; Business Management with an emphasis in Information Systems. 
University of Maryland
College Park, MD

Professional Experience
August, 1995 - 
Supervisory Recreation Specialist, (Director)
Community Affairs Branch, Allied Forces Central Europe (AFCENT) NATO Brunssum, The Netherlands
Directed, developed, and administered plans and procedures and implemented regulations to 
provide for a continuing and aggressive community multi-skills recreation program designed to meet the interests and needs of the International military community. Developed the annual operating budget for appropriated and non-appropriated funds. Reviewed all activities and programs to ensure programs are operated in the most proficient manner and provided the best possible services. Analyzed statistical variance data and budget reports to monitor achievement of required operating profits. Measured established program performance standards and objectives, customer relations and satisfaction, personnel utilization and cost limitations. Where adverse trends were developing, initiated auditing studies and/or research to determine causes initiated corrective actions and monitored feedback.  Developed methods, operations and new programs for increasing locally-generated income. Established and maintained internal controls and audit procedures to ensure that personnel and funds are used in accordance with governing regulations. Coordinated with installation engineers and contractors on plans and specifications for proposed and approved construction projects, maintenance, or for the modification and renovation of existing facilities. Maintained liaison with local "host" governmental authorities to ensure conformance with host country laws, regulations and customs. Assigned, directed and evaluated work of the subordinate organizational elements, activities, and branches. Established workload priorities and initiated assignments; reviewed work accomplished; evaluated subordinate employee performance, and identified and fulfilled employee training needs.

August, 1998 -
September 1999

President/Chief Executive Officer
Johnson Atlantic Enterprises, Inc., 1099 S. Ocean Blvd. Suite 503 Boca Raton FL 33432
Provide guidance and focus for the FL corporation which specializes in  Consulting Services, Computer Systems Training, Computer Education,  Software Support, System Design and System Design.
October, 1998 - 
January 1999
University Professor
University of Maryland, Overseas Division 
Professor in Information Systems Management (IFSM) and Decision Support Systems Management (DSSM) for the University.
March, 1994 - 
August, 1995
Marketing Director
 Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE), Mons, Belgium
Served as the NATO International Marketing Director.  Provided marketing services to the Directorate of Community Activities (DCA) staff and the International delegation coordinators in developing and implementing comprehensive marketing programs in support of all Recreational and Community programs, facilities and activities. Trained, advised and assisted program and facility managers with short and long range plans and personally developed marketing strategies. Worked directly with managers in collecting market intelligence, identifying and analyzing customer needs and market trends, performed competitive and market share analysis, selected target markets, and determined when formal, systematic research was required. Assisted program and facility managers in identifying information needs, analyzed internal and external environments, identified goals and objectives, evaluated program strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, etc. Supervised seven Key Account Managers who developed and implemented marketing plans for multi-site locations and events. Solicited, collected and combined information to prepare public relation press releases. Maintained a comprehensive calendar of events as information was obtained.  Advised program and activity managers on developing trends, fads, events, programs and activities designed to attract commercial sponsorship. Developed sponsorship partnerships and corporate proposals for presentation to potential sponsors.  Supervised a Graphic Cell which had state-of-the-art printing capabilities. 
January, 1991 - 
March, 1994
Chief, Community Operations Division (Director, Business Operations) 
US Army, 54th Area Support Group,  Schinnen, The Netherlands
Planned, directed, supervised, and coordinated operations of revenue producing activities, 
including International Restaurants, Military Clubs, Bowling Centers, Golf Courses, Rod and Gun Clubs, Sports Bars and Theme restaurants. Work required the application of sound business management principles, techniques, and practices to provide food and beverage service, social activities, entertainment, special events, and recreation programs to patrons/guests. Developed a comprehensive marketing plan for each activity supervised, considered current demands, competition, patronage/membership demographics, and developed marketing strategies to include promotions and merchandising of programs. Established operational policies/procedures on purchasing, budget preparation, food and beverage functions, internal control, and check cashing.  Was Executive Chair for Special events which had attendance of over 100,000 people.
September 1990 - 
January 1991
Supervisory Computer Specialist  (MIS/IT Dep. Director) 
US Naval Hospital, Directorate of Admin, Okinawa, Japan
Was Deputy Director of Computer Services and Computer Training. 
Instructed classes, developed and revised lesson plans, handouts, and laboratory exercises. Also conducted other various seminars. Planned and instructed classes in computer applications using lectures, demonstrations, examinations, and practical exercises to provide Officers and NCO's with practical knowledge of the procedures required in using a variety of software. Prepared technically accurate examinations to reflect the objectives and material presented, and ensured each exam met the requirements of the individual course. Installs necessary software and hardware. Performed troubleshooting of hardware and software. Evaluated proposed new software to determine ease of use and compatibility with or duplication of current software packages. Served as systems specialist responsible for database and system management for the Clinical Information System. Supported end users and managers in the Medical, Dental and veterinary activities for installation, maintenance and training. Performed system operation and administration support for the Composite Health Care System, DORS, and associated modules. Planned and implemented access links in order to interface different computer systems, as necessary.  Administered operation and maintenance of the clinical system interfaces on a daily basis. Responsible for day to day security.  Installed, operated, and maintained a variety of equipment, including PC computers, printers, CD ROMs (internal and external), optical scanners, modems/faxs, LAN modulators, power supplies, monitors, notebooks and laptop computers. 
May 1990 -
September 1990
Supervisory Computer Programmer & Analyst
United States Marine Corps, Camp S.D. Butler, Okinawa,
Analyzed equipment and software reliability and utilization for a large and complex equipment and software system.  Identified and corrected problem areas and to establish computer and telecommunications performance levels. Surveyed and evaluated network usage, user complaints, traffic interruptions or other communications issues. Performed feasibility studies in order to develop or modify information systems to meet user network and/or telecommunications requirements.  Provided technical advice to users. Reviewed proposals for change which consisted of objectives, scope, and users' expectations. Used customer input, gathered facts and research to formulate future plans. Performed staff assignments related to program planning, monitoring, and/or coordination of the systems analysis and programming functions related to networks and/or telecommunications. Established priorities to support the organizational mission. Established test criteria and data to ensure all program modules and outputs for assigned projects were tested for completeness and accuracy.  Served as Director of the Management Information Systems (MIS) Division. 
August, 1984 - 
May 1990
Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Representative (Director)
 United States Marine Corps, Camp S.D. Butler, Okinawa, Japan
Provided overall general management and leadership for all leisure time activities for the most prestigious USMC overseas location.  Planned, directed and coordinated the operation of recreation programs, activities and services, including Recreation Centers, Arts and Crafts, Libraries, Sports, Information, Tour and Travel, Physical Wellness, Family Support, Child Development Centers, School Age Services, Single Service person Programs, and Entertainment. Established organizational goals, determined resource requirements, and developed the divisions 5-year program plan, involving human resources, financial, logistical, capital expenditure and construction, renovation, maintenance requirements. Provided and supervised sound business principles in managing activities that generated income; monitored internal controls in all activities to maintain financially stable operation. Responsible for execution of administrative and personnel management responsibilities related to the accomplishment of the mission statement.  Developed and implemented policies. Population served was in excess of 55,000 military members and their families.  Program budget exceeded 2.6 Million US Dollars. 
Specialized Training / Special Interests
  • State of Florida Real Estate Sales Person License  Lic. # SL-0678656  Exp: 3/01
  • Certified Leisure Professional (CLP) Cert. # 440,  National Recreation & Parks Association 
  • Contracting Officer Representative Certificate, US Army Logistics College
  • Special Leadership and Managerial Decision Making Certificate, Office of Personnel & Mgt.
  • Proficient with a wide variety of personal and professional software including MS Office, Corel WordPerfect Suite, Web Page Design, and Corel Draw. 
  • Experienced in negotiation in hostile and political environments.

Professional Affiliations
National Recreation and Parks Association 
Armed Forces Recreation Association 
National Parks Conservation Society 
  • A listing of personal and professional references is available upon request.
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