BOS LOGISTICS - Key Persons
Mrs. Wiggins comes to BOS Logistics having previously held position as Chief of Financial Services Programs for Newport News, VA Department of Social Services with a program budget and funding responsibilities of approximately $36 million annually and a staff of more than 100. In addition to directing large and complex organizations, she concurrently served as the Chief Data Processing Liaison for Newport News Social Services: served as City Manager's representative and panelist for various employment, grievance and policy panels, presenter of professional development workshops and seminars, trainer in work methods, policy and procedure, investigative skills building, office and accounting procedures in social services, and on numerous state agency hiring panels, task forces, work groups, etc. Mrs. Wiggins developed and shared with other agencies a training program for eligibility case workers and supervisors. She served as backup for the Director, Deputy Director and Chief of Social Work Services as needed to include proceeding with actions from foster care placement approvals to disciplinary actions involving staff.
Mrs. Wiggins brings her wealth of knowledge and experience to BOS Logistics. In her capacity as Accounts Administrator, she serves as a tremendous asset to our fundamental operations.
Mrs. Casey is an experienced project coordinator and visual communications designer for both technical and non-technical projects. Her experience has spanned more than thirty years supporting large and small organizations and her own entrepreneurial projects. Throughout her career, Mrs. Casey has employed strong project management skills in planning, monitoring, and controlling large and small projects and events. These activities have included: design, procurement and installation coordination of telecommunications systems for national and multi-national corporations; planning and coordinating conference activities for regional companies; consulting to individuals in planning large personal events.
As the owner/operator of a visual communications design enterprise, Mrs. Casey has honed her skills in graphic design and in developing a wide variety of documents including: business plans; training materials; brochures and pamphlets; personal and office stationery; event booklets. Mrs. Casey is also the editor of a quarterly newsletter and the distributor for several suppliers' lines of print products (invitations, seasonal cards, stationery).
Mrs. Casey has maintained proficiency with a wide variety of commercial (Microsoft Office suite, Adobe Master Collection) and company specific computer applications including but not limited to: publication design and production; data management; word processing; presentation generation; payroll; and mail.
- Trainer, Facilitator
Mr. Smith has been a trainer, facilitator, and leader of organizational improvement efforts for over 25 years. He has assisted a wide array of organizations such as school systems; government agencies, associations, churches and youth organizations bring on new initiatives and shore-up existing management or development strategies. He utilizes a unique blend of training in modern management procedures, personal development strategies, and group dynamics skills. As an official of the United States Department of Education (USDE), he reviewed educational programs in over 45 states, and led a team of USDE educators with responsibility for K-12 programs in New York and New England. In the two years prior to his retirement in 1996, he received seven cash bonuses for superior performance and won Vice-president Al Gore's Hammer Award for helping improve government through facilitation of an improvement team.
Mrs. Wilson is a Diversity Consultant and Human Relations Specialist who is retired from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) after 35 l/2 years of federal service. During her career, she sought and obtained positions of increasing responsibility rising to a mid-management position as a Program Manager. Her responsibilities included managing and leading a Diversity Best Management Practices program for over 5,000 employees. She worked in CIA University as the Diversity Training Program Manager teaching Diversity training to CIA employees and managing the Diversity program for the CIA. In this capacity, she advised managers and leaders in matters pertaining to diversity within the CIA. She has taught various training courses, such as Prevention of Sexual Harassment, Diversity for managers and leaders, Diversity for Employees, Counseling Skills for Managers, and Leading in the CIA to name a few. Mrs. Wilson also has CIA personnel assigned to overseas locations. She has traveled to areas such as: Poland, Germany, England, and Guam. Her direct yet non-confrontational approach to training has gained her recognition as a very effective training consultant.
As a Construction Manager/Superintendent for government and commercial projects, Mr. Green is responsible for on-site (field) management of discipline specific construction activities in accordance with the requirements of the contract between BOS Logistics and clients, and in accordance with quality, safety, and cost control standards. He manages the construction project team through site mobilization, execution, and demobilization activities. Working with other members of the team, he coordinates subcontractor activities to ensure orderly and efficient completion of work; maintains positive working relationships with clients, architects, suppliers, subcontractors and job site staff; and provides leadership and accountability for the implementation, and measurable performance. Mr. Green oversees daily safety and project meetings; provides quality documentation of all activities in a field log book; and completes daily reports and prepares spreadsheets.
Mr. Green has proven management and leadership in the general construction field from his work with several premier construction firms, Fasting Enterprises, Inc., Accubuild Construction, Inc. and Aramis Construction, Inc.
He holds a Master of Science in Management from University of Maryland University College and a Bachelor of Science in Communication from Morgan State University. Perry is currently working towards a Master of Business Administration, also from the University of Maryland University College.
- President / Owner, Notary Public
Mrs. Spivey is a 2008 graduate of the renowned Event Management Program at the George Washington University School of Business, Mrs. Spivey has earned the meeting industry designation of Certified Government Meeting Professional (CGMP). Additionally, she has earned certification as a Certified Virtual Event Producer (CVEP). Mrs. Spivey has held a Top Secret, SCI Clearance assigned by the Department of Justice during her career with the United States District Court (last updated in 1997).
Mrs. Spivey has been a manager, logistics expert, conference planner, presentation specialist, project manager, administrative specialist and technical writer for more than three decades. Her organizational skills and writing ability have been instrumental in securing contracts and sub-contracts with private and government entities for work including: general contracting projects, logistical support for conferences and meetings; project management; exhibit supervision and presentation; editing manuscripts and manuals, design and production of printed materials related to training manuals and annual reports; internet research; remote office management, and assistance with proposal and bid preparation. Also, included in her skill-set is the development of mobile device APPs for events.
Mrs. Spivey has provided logistics and management services to numerous government agencies including: Federal Aviation Administration on several projects including Office of the Administrator for Commercial Space Transportation's Annual Conference; The Administrator's Annual International Aviation Safety Forum, The Flight Standards Office's New Technologies Workshop. Also, the department of the US Navy for the logistics management of a traveling exhibit to be displayed at museums and government buildings across the nation. The exhibit has a value of approximately $80,000 and its display destinations have included the Wallops Island Visitors Center, the Pentagon, Washington Navy Yard Museum, and more…
In 1999 Mrs. Spivey retired after 25 years of service to the federal government. During her last decade of service she served as executive administrator for a U.S. District Court Judge at the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, where she was responsible for the day-to-day operation and management of the judge's chambers including; all matters of procurement; maintaining confidential files and court proceedings; maintaining the judge's calendar and his speaking engagements; arranging travel; and initial screening of applicants for positions as law clerk. Ms. Spivey has been recognized for her organizational excellence, her writing ability, and her attention to detail. She strives to remain current and has stayed close to the cutting edge with changing technology and software advancements. She is proficient in communication design, production, data management and collaborative software applications.
Mr. Casey is a manager with extensive training, experience and accomplishments in both the public and private sectors.
As an individual contributor and manager in the private sector, Mr. Casey coordinated the engineering and maintenance of telecommunications power and switching systems for regional, national and international telecommunications corporations. These efforts required oversight of concurrent projects of varying size and complexity and management of day-to-day project activities and personnel. Mr. Casey exercised similar expertise and knowledge on public and private projects in identifying and implementing technological solutions. In the private sector, his efforts and those of the team, integrated new engineering disciplines for seven previously independent companies. The results were published in multiple US patents, of which Mr. Casey is noted as inventor on four. His public sector work has also included contract work supporting the US Department of the Treasury - Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and the US Department of the Interior - US Geological Survey (U.S.G.S.).
As an employee of the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, Mr. Casey managed a multi-million dollar project to integrate the management of funding for five segments within one of HUD's departments.
Mr. Casey holds an active Top Secret Security Clearance.
- Manager, Human Resources and Recruitment, Notary Public
Mr. Spivey has been an independent businessman since his retirement from the Federal Bureau of Investigation 2000, where he served as a Special Agent. He has been an integral part of BOS Logistics since its inception. Mr. Spivey brings a wealth of government agency knowledge, negotiation skills, and management experience to BOS Logistics. His areas of expertise include:
Manages projects to include interaction with the customers and onsite inspection
Serves to represent the interests of the corporation and its owner
Has knowledge of corporation's inner workings, financial and market position
Participates in continuing searches for new opportunities that fit the capabilities of the corporation
Briefs owner on matters of security and safety
Through his vast experience in law enforcement, with service to Portsmouth Police Department, Naval Investigative Service, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Mr. Spivey brings the benefit of his years of training and expertise to include:
Strong training and analytical skills
Hands on extensive background in criminal investigations, surveillance, domestic terrorism operations, interviewing, weapons and tactics, fingerprinting specialties, hostage negotiations, gang investigation/intelligence
Proven record in organizing, planning and managing investigations
Excellent analytical reasoning and writing skills