Sandylane Y. Oquendo

21802 Mossy Field Ln • Spring, Texas 77388 • (254) 338-3785


Professional Summary


Transportation and Logistics Professional offering over 10 years of experience derived through service in the United States Army.  Possesses broad based knowledge and practical application of gasoline, Jet Propellant 8 (JP8), and diesel powered vehicles, as well as multiple types tracking systems. Experienced organizational leader; served as Transportation Coordinator providing staff policy, guidance, and supervision relating to the movement of cargo by air, rail, motor transportation, and vessel lift. Subject matter expert in inventory control, planning, developing, and tracking. Directed all operations within the Logistical Support Operations Center supporting two mayor divisions and eight separate major commands, supervising the movement of 70,000 pounds of unit equipment valued at 1.5 million dollars in both garrison and combat operations.

  Core Competencies


Detail-Oriented    Cost Accounting Skills   Decision Making   • Training   Bilingual    High Stress Tolerance    Employee Relations    Teamwork   • Problem Solving   • Organizational Awareness   • Adaptability/Flexibility  • Motivated


Technical Skills


• MS Excel • MS Word • MS Power Point • MS Outlook • MS Access • QuickBooks


 Professional Experience


Executive Director

Free in Christ Ministries (2/2016 to Present)


  • Maintained metrics and reports; processed documentation, volunteer logs, training, and safety records


  • Monitored purchasing administrative cost to meet budgetary requirements


  • Assisted in developing and reviewing quarterly/annual budgets and operation plans


  • Assisted with research activities and projects as well as preparation and submission of grants



Field Intern

Sam’s Club (5/2015 to 8/2015)


  • Engaged in facility projects in cross-functional areas, including, but not limited to: front-end operations, sales floor merchandising, human resources, back room / inventory control, accounting/back offices applying knowledge of retail operations


  • Developed a tracking system for the high dollar items, minimizing shrinkage by 30%


  • Counted, verified, and received merchandise with a high level of detail and accuracy.
  • Organized and maintained inventory for in club office and operational supplies



President/Project Manager

Central Texas College Enactus (01/2014 to 05/2015)


  • Managed a team of 60 volunteers to include a Vice President, Human Resource Director, Secretary, Social Media Coordinator 3 Project Managers, and a Fundraising Manager


  • Led the competition team to National Exposition, placing 5th Top Community College, winning 1st place for both Step-Up for Small Business and Coca Cola Uncap Opportunities for Women Grants, and earning $16,000


  • Managed an environmental project that raised awareness, influencing a city to revise their grease ordinance to reflect the projects proposal, notified and trained 181 restaurants on the updated ordinance and fines associated


  • Composed and typed memos, letters, and reports, edited abstracts, manuscripts, grants, and other complex documents according to specific formats



Transportation Coordinator

U.S. Army (06/2009 to 01/2013)


  • Performed complex senior level processing of over 200 Transportation Movement Requests (TMR) moving over 1,500 pieces of military vehicles, equipment, and personnel throughout Fort Hood, Texas


  • Oversaw the subordinate unit’s daily Common User Land Transportation (CULT) asset report containing over 1,000 items of transportation and support equipment


  • Scheduled and tracked over 3,200 personnel air movements from several locations in the Multi-National Forces 1 area of operation during Operation Iraqi Freedom 09-10


  • Served as the Unit Movement Director resulting in the timely organization of 120 Service Members and directly coordinated the planning, placement, and tracking of 70,000 lbs. of unit equipment valued in excess of $1.5 million to the Iraqi Theater of Operations in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 09-10


Education and Continuing Development


Master of Business Administration (Expected 2017)          

Texas A&M University- Central Texas, Killeen, TX


Bachelor of Applied Arts and Science, Business Occupations (2015)

Texas A&M University- Central Texas, Killeen, TX


Associates of Science, Business Administration (2015)

Central Texas College, Killeen, TX



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