Tony's Resume-11-15

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Published on December 31, 2015

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1. MMICHAELICHAEL "T"TONYONY" M" MORGANORGAN 8780 Maricopa Trail, Kalamazoo, MI 49009  tmorg80@gmail.com (269) 569-5348 EEXECUTIVEXECUTIVE PPROFILEROFILE  Success-driven facility operations executive with expertise in capital improvements, procurement, budget development, cost controls, risk management, logistics, quality control / quality assurance, and safety  Sharp business acumen and hands-on experience managing multi-million-dollar budgets; excel in maximizing resources, boosting productivity and efficiency, controlling costs, and achieving optimal operational performance  Extensive experience in managing major facility projects from inception through completion; solid record of successfully driving concept, design, and implementation processes  History of building, training, and leading top-performing support teams; emphasis on developing and incentivizing staff in union and non-union environments  Demonstrated ability to steer organizations and business units through periods of high growth and culture change  Exceptional communication, negotiation, and problem-solving skills; proven leader with background as a U.S. Army Officer and West Point engineering graduate ~ Key Achievements ~~ Key Achievements ~ • Awarded the year-end Site Award for Financial Contribution 3 out of 4 years as Physical Plant Operations Manager at Pfizer's Kalamazoo plant • Dramatically improved supply-side pricing for electricity under new deregulation laws by negotiating with a new electric utility for savings of over $21MM for initial 3-year contract (2008 - 2010) • Utilized different contract tools for savings of over $14.5MM in the subsequent 2 years (2011-2012) • Saved more than $6MM over 6 years at Pfizer's Kalamazoo plant by developing a fuels leveraging practice based on market fluctuations • Cost reduction results at Kalamazoo plant led to an additional annual growth of $4MM goods sold in the first year to a projected $23MM increase for 2013 • As Manager of Sterile and Aseptic Maintenance, achieved the organization's highest on-time completion rate, 98.9% of critical maintenance over 3 years, and granted award for Excellent Customer Service • Received 4 Awards for Excellence, 2 Customer Hero Awards, and the Pride in Quality Award from Merck & Co. • Earned numerous awards and recognitions in the US Army, including 2 Meritorious Service Medals, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Excellence in Competition Badge, and Parachutist Badge WWORKORK EEXPERIENCEXPERIENCE Gilead Science 2015- Present Associate Director, Manufacturing Engineering and Facilities Operations, San Dimas, CA In my brief time in this position., I have made several meaningful contributions for the Site and the Organization to include: Engineering reviews and change recommendations for the new Greenfield Site being built approximately 3 miles away. Changes included accessibility for ongoing maintenance and accessibility, as well as equipment reliability. Led planning, preparation and successful execution of 3 facility shutdowns, as well as a never before attempted complete electrical shutdown of the Site to accommodate infrastructure repairs, as well as verify accuracy, and subsequent corrections, to equipment supposedly connected to Site Emergency power backup systems. Coordinated and completed modifications to Aseptic Filling Line to prevent ongoing vial breakage, as well as major corrosion and operational issues associated with heat exchangers and HVAC Chillers from long term water treatment deficiencies. Just as significantly, have worked and collaborated very closely with Environmental, Health and Safety to correct extensive Site safety issues during a comprehensive Site Audit by Corporate Auditors. Deficiencies included signage, identification of deficient or absent programs for refrigerant handling and monitoring, solvent and fuel storage reporting and protective measures, machine guarding, Lockout/Tagout procedures and training, as well as basic Personal Protective Equipment utilization.

2. Pfizer 1995 - 2013 Senior Manager for Utility Operations and Maintenance, Kalamazoo, MI (2007-2013) • In recognition of outstanding performance, steadily promoted to ultimate position as Operations Manager for Pfizer’s largest manufacturing site and entrusted with a broad scope of responsibilities and a team of 50 engineers, supervisors, and tradesmen • Cost-effectively administered annual operating expense budget of $44MM; implemented projects and practices which led to the lowest utility costs across all of Pfizer’s global manufacturing sites. • Negotiated natural gas spot and futures purchases, as well as coal and electricity purchases; developed depth of knowledge regarding interstate market prices for commodities • Created subject matter expert teams to develop infrastructure master plans for all site utilities, identified upgrades and modifications to meet increases in production volumes, and contributed to site capital budget plan • Maintained full accountability for electricity for the entire site; investigated any disruptions and ensured immediate recovery • Provided analysis and review of practices to support peer plants worldwide in achieving savings and optimizing capacity Manager of Sterile and Aseptic Maintenance, Kalamazoo, MI (2004-2007) • Expertly oversaw a team of 50 engineers, supervisors, and tradesmen, and maintained responsibility for an annual operating expense budge of $10MM • Emphasized customer service and job skill enhancements for tradesmen and professional staff Global Project Manager, Kalamazoo, MI (2002-2004) • Successfully led pharmaceutical project teams of 9-14 people representing different stakeholders, for projects between $9MM to $23MM, completing all projects within schedule and budget Chicago Regional Manager, Maintenance, Utilities and Site Services, Chicago, IL (1997-2002) • Supervised a team of 170 managers, supervisors, tradesmen, and contractors across 4 sites with a total annual operating expense budget of $31MM • Performed production planning for each site, managed budgeting and cost analysis, coordinated scheduling, negotiated natural gas and service provider rates, purchased equipment and materials, and oversaw inventory control • Monitored actual productivity, directed maintenance and sanitation, and ensured compliance with regulatory guidelines, workplace safety requirements, and strict quality standards Manager of Maintenance and Utilities, Skokie, IL (1995-1997) • Responsible for a team of 150 managers, supervisors, tradesmen, and contractors for an R&D Site; managed annual operating expense budget of $26MM • Established a cross-training program for tradesmen, reducing work order backlog of 22 weeks to 6 weeks and eliminating standing overtime from 50% to 7% Merck & Co., West Point, PA 1988 - 1995 Utility Engineering Supervisor • Quickly promoted and granted increased responsibilities, including leading a team of 30 union tradesmen and contractors • Managed $6.5MM annual operating expense budget and directed special projects to improve reliability and eliminate redundancy throughout biological manufacturing and R&D facilities • Served as owner’s representative for portions of construction, commissioning, and validation activities of four R&D buildings (>200,00sq.ft): oversaw field installations, performed static and dynamic system testing, created punch lists for engineering project managers, and traveled to conduct vendor audits

3. ~ Military Background ~~ Military Background ~ National Guard 1989 - 1995 • Assisted a unit in making a complete transition from a Company of Military Policemen to being qualified as a Battery of Air Defense Artillery United States Army 1980 - 1988 Officer • Received numerous promotions and recognitions throughout tenure with the Army; designated Best Platoon Performance in the European Army Air Defense for two consecutive years • As the Commander/Leader of an Air Defense Battery for 22 months, responsible for training, discipline, and development of 214 soldiers, as well as oversight of property and assets of over $80MM • Served as Human Resource Officer responsible for the administrative needs of 715 soldiers, Supply and Logistics Officer responsible for property and assets of over $225MM, and Executive Officer/Second in Command for an organization of 160 soldiers EEDUCATIONDUCATION United States Military Academy, West Point, NY 1980 Bachelor of Science in Engineering

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