Michael Williams

Organization: Miami Heat
Job title: Operations Manager
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Nationality: Unspecified
Skills: Strength & Conditioning

Educational Experience

InstituteDegreeMajor DepartmentDate FromDate ToCurrent
University of Michigan - Stephen M. Ross School of BusinessMaster of Business Administration - MBA2020-01-012022-01-01No
University of MiamiMaster of Science (M.S.)2009-01-012011-01-01No
University of MiamiBachelor of Science (B.S.)2005-01-012009-01-01No

Experience Details

CompanyTitleSummaryDate FromDate ToCurrent
AmazonOperations Manager2020-10-01No
United States Marine Forces ReserveAssistant Regimental Fire Support Officer2018-07-01No
Bloyd Street CapitalChief Operations OfficerDirect reports 9; indirect reports 15; employees 120 Converted consulting engagement to Executive Leadership role scaling a real estate startup, reporting to the managing partners. Lead the traditional development arm of the third largest home builder in Philadelphia. Leading comprehensive communication improvement, operational efficiency, and leadership development initiatives with change management strategies focused on scalability.2019-09-012020-10-01No
Miami HEATDirector of Sports PerformanceLed the communication improvement and modernization initiatives for the Miami Heat basketball Operations Department, helping to effectively revamping the athletic performance section of the HEAT into a cutting-edge Sports Performance Program.2017-03-012019-09-01No
United States Marine CorpsCompany Executive OfficerDeveloped and implemented a culture of individual and company conduct responsibility, eliminating operational procedure violations by 80% improving the morale/trust of 25 front line managers. Created a culture of accountability for facilitating and executing the in-processing of 13,115 recruits in alignment with standard operating procedures¬– owning issues and solving problems in collaboration with 14 cross-functional departments to deliver measurable operational results.2016-06-012017-04-01No
United States Marine CorpsCommander- Lead SeriesDirect reports 5; indirect reports 11; employees 120-180 - Commanded six platoons through Marine Corps Boot Camp. Supervised and evaluated over 35 Marine Drill Instructors, ensuring the transformation of 383 recruits into United States Marines. - Acted as a brand ambassador by communicating and demonstrating the value and benefits of Marine Corps service to all recruits, family members, and distinguished guests for countless events and ceremonies2015-05-012016-06-01No
United States Marine CorpsExecutive Officer- HQ Battery, 12th Marine RegimentDirect reports 2; indirect reports 9; employees 350 – Took ownership of all companywide training– over 350 Marines spanning 10 sections. Conducted multiple company-wide international training operations spanning 5600 miles, resulting in the continued sustainment of command and control capability and combat readiness of the 12th Marine Regiment. – Maintained a team meeting cadence– reviewed KPI’s, continuously aligned with company initiatives, discussed leadership expectations, human capital initiatives, training needs and company objectives. – As Headquarters Company armory executive officer– supervised the supply, accountability, and logistics operations of $10MM worth of weaponry and equipment.2014-12-012015-08-01No
United States Marine CorpsFire Support OfficerDirect reports 3; indirect reports 6; employees 110 – Liaison between the artillery and infantry communities, leading planning, coordination, and control of artillery, aircraft, mortar, and naval gunfire during multiple international training exercises– a forward observer team of five Marines, operating independently on two continents spanning 5600 miles. – Led small unit in the most demanding environments and conditions: e.g. mountain-summer, urban, desert, mountain-winter, and jungle operations.2014-01-012014-12-01No
United States Marine CorpsGuns Platoon CommanderDirect reports 3; indirect reports 6; employees 110 – Took ownership of controllable KPI’s for a 110 Marine Platoon operating 6 artillery howitzers: e.g. combat readiness, quality of training, culture, conduct, and mission performance. – Established standards of performance related to the delivery of artillery operations and in keeping with established performance improvement goals and combat readiness standards. – As Battery Armory officer, audited and improved armory supply chain operations, recovered and utilized over $200k in unaccounted weapon accessories and equipment.2012-09-012014-01-01No
National Council on Strength & Fitness - NCSFPersonal Training InstructorOver 50 hours of collegiate level in-classroom instruction2011-01-012011-05-01No