I was born and raised in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. Enlisted in the United States Air Force after high school. In 2003, I was a weapons load crew team chief.
Weapon personnel ensures explosives can drop. When a mission involves dropping explosive devices, everything needs to be in perfect working order so when a pilot pulls the trigger, the devices successfully launch away from the aircraft toward the target.
After learning lean six sigma, I identified problem areas and developed a real-time web-based reporting system to track, analyze and archive and disseminate pilot flying effectiveness for 7 squadrons utilizing 151 aircraft, and eliminated over 8 hours of duplicate efforts, allowing senior leadership to make swift and accurate decisions.
In 2004, I was administering the local area network supporting 6 aircraft maintenance units and 4 staff agencies of 900+ personnel, the second-largest aircraft maintenance squadron in Air Combat Command.
Between 2008 and 2012 I was an F22 and F15 Field Training Instructor with 3,000+ college teaching hours. In my “free” time I earned a Bachelor Degree, Public Relations and Marketing a Master in Business Administration, and helped local businesses with their marketing from Las Vegas, Nevada.
In November 2012, I was in charge of the training of 47 people and of managing and controlling 2,152 pieces of equipment worth $99,997,000 in the United Kingdom.
In 2014, I was implementing the commander’s vision, and directing personnel administrative functions for 258 people, 44 programs, with a budget of $745k in 11 sections. The largest in USAFE.
In my “free” time led communication workshops, was one of the founders for a brand new Toastmaster club and was elected area director, bolstering relations between the United Kingdom and the United States. On 1 July 2017, I was honorably retired from the United States Air Force after 20 years of service.
After moving to Florida I served the local community as a board member of the Greater Hernando County Chamber of Commerce, and Pace Center for Girls in Hernando county.
In 2019 I was asked by the CEO of Monster Transmissions to join a growing business with a worldwide reputation for transmission rebuilds spawned three more companies under the umbrella Fireball Brands. To propel online sales, launch Burn Rubber Brewing Co., Nature Coast Media Group Monstar franchising, Engines.com, and Lead Food City, the 1st Automobile Multipurpose Entertainment Complex In America.
In 2021, I get to use my marketing skills to produce happiness for the people that live, work, and visit Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico through caborojo.com
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– Angel Anderson