Nathaniel J. Pache
321 Smoketree Lane, Lynchburg, VA 24502  (626) 394-3425 
Military veteran wi...
Nathaniel J. Pache
Military Veteran/Ministry Experience
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Lockheed Martin, Cherry Hill, NJ 2007 – 2008
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Nathaniel Pache - Resume

Published on: Mar 3, 2016

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  • 1. Nathaniel J. Pache 321 Smoketree Lane, Lynchburg, VA 24502  (626) 394-3425  Military veteran with tours in Afghanistan and Iraq currently serving as a Regional Mission Director for a non-profit based in Littleton, CO. I have successfully built a regional volunteer staff consisting of 5 full time and 6 part time workers from the ground up. I also possesses an in depth understanding of how to engage constituents with the mission of the organization for the purpose of capacity building. As a decentralized employee, I have learned many of the key lessons necessary to stay engaged with the organization while at the same time operating independently with clear goals and plans for implementation. Demonstrated success in:  Budget/logistical management resulting in multiple surpluses.  Team Building consisting of volunteer recruitment and management in a variety of settings.  Area Development ranging from cultivation of new partners to strengthening of current relationships.  Security operations ranging from US Embassies to Mobile Command Centers.  Process analysis focusing on optimization and innovation.  Motivating staff to peak performance levels.  Salesforce utilization∫ CORE COMPETENCIES  Leadership  Marketing  Partnership Construction  Communication  Competitive/Strategic Planning  Connectedness  Prospecting/ Client Cultivation  Project Management  Activator PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE WorldVenture, Littleton, CO 2010 – Present Regional Mission Director  Facilitated the accomplishment of regional goals which included key benchmarks in the areas of recruitment, church partnerships, team building, and development.  Coordinated regional recruitment effort resulting in key campus partnerships and steady flow of new contacts.  Strengthened existing partnerships out of which came stronger church and field collaboration as well as greater communication between stateside partners and international staff.  Led regional team in their efforts to provide consultant services and mentor mission candidates.  Coordinated with international staff for the creation and implementation of overseas partnership programs.  Maintained regional budget. Bring Me Hope Foundation, Fallbrook, CA 2008 – 2009 Marketing Director/Overseas Camp Coordinator (China)  Created print and video materials for marketing purposes such as the promotion of the NightWalk, the yearly fundraising drive.  Led a staff of 25+ including Chinese, US, and Australian citizens in the conduct of the Orphan Summer Camp program in Nanchang China.  Engaged in numerous speaking engagements as needed in order to promote the mission of BMH and raise funds.  Facilitated the expansion of the Summer Camp Program from 1 site to 3.
  • 2. Nathaniel J. Pache Military Veteran/Ministry Experience Page Two Lockheed Martin, Cherry Hill, NJ 2007 – 2008 Subject Matter Expert  In support of the Advanced Technologies Laboratory, I advised the research team on implementation of the W.I.R.E. (Wearable Intelligence Reporting Equipment) project, which was ultimately deployed in real time in support of President Obama’s inauguration.  Developed and monitored field exercises in for the purpose of refinement and data collection of concepts and equipment.  Participated in product research and development team meetings providing case study scenarios and technical suggestions. United States Marine Corps, Camp Lejeune, NC 2001 - 2005  Oversaw the physical and tactical readiness of all squad members in preparation for deployments.  Maintained accountability of all assigned equipment and assets.  Conducted numerous operations ranging from the small to large unit level aimed at creating stability and security in hostile areas.  Oversaw the administration of an armory account worth a total in excess of 10+ million dollars.  Deployed in support of SE Asian readiness float in order to create collaboration between our SE Asian partners.  Assisted in the reopening of the US Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan in the initial phases of Operation Enduring Freedom.  Participated in the security and stabilization efforts of Fallujah, Iraq following in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Awards Purple Heart, Navy Achievement Medal with Combat V (multiple award, Iraqi Campaign Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Sea Service Deployment (Multiple Award), Presidential Unit Citation, Good Conduct Medal, Humanitarian Service Award

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