Saturday, August 18, 2012

Kirk Anthony Ford

Curriculum Vitae


(Coming Soon)
Mililani, Hawaii 96789
Property Currently Undergoing Development
Honolulu, Hawaii
(Estimated Completion June 2023)

He is married to the former Elissa Kealia Naeole of Honolulu, Hawaii.  They have two lovely daughters Kealia Kaua'i and Heidi Leihoku

Successful Current Internet Projects

1998/Present - The College of Sonship. Launched this unique collegiate platform!  This college teaches and activates spirituality with an emphasis in econometrics!  Since its inception in December 1998, COS has built a nationwide and world wide student body that has success from the government to the private sector.  The spiritual and economical inflection gives us a unique opportunity in reaching a wider audience and myriad of lifestyles.  This new platform is a world wide social community that allows its users to interact within a virtual environment 24 hours a day 7 days a week!

1995/Present - The Sonship Economical Systems.  This platform has been in beta test and platform development mode to find the right economical solution that works universally!  This has been a long and tedious yet ardent process which has led to launching this exciting new and revolutionary platform.  This platform offers an FDIC insured mobile banking platform with debit card and business that works with all 300 million mobile phone users of North America. This platform is currently available to the entire population of North America.  Moving global very rapidly this platform further offers added products to include the new cryptocurrency emerging markets!  Also offering commodities such as gold purchase, savings and conglomeration.  Finally this platform has focused both on the development and acquisition of capital as well as collateral, a much needed mixture in today's sophisticated economy!

I am a global thinker with an original mind.  I am able to clearly see connections, and to understand the long-range implications of my actions and events.  I am willing to bring both ingenious and innovative skills to any organization.  Being entrepreneurial bent, I am looking for oppotunities where I can birth in humanity and bring expansion to teams that looks to accomplishments daily.  Truthfully, I am a fast burner and got started very early in my career.  Presently I am very matured and looking to find opportunities that will allow me to grow institutions and organizations teams .  Having been in senior management positions, I am willing to take on this responsibility if the opportunity presents itself.  I am bringing forth and helping humanity in the rebirth of true spiritual worship in spirit and truth unto God! I am also helping to restore the middle class back to its original intent of financial success and beyond through the power of the Spirit!.


The College of Sonship (Honolulu, Hawaii)
Doctorate of Laws (Spirit of Life in Christ Jesus)
(Concentration in Advanced Economics)
Graduate Year:  2003
GPA: 4.0

The College of Sonship (Honolulu, Hawaii)
Master of Laws (Spirit of Life in Christ Jesus)
(Concentration in Executive Entrepreneurship)
Graduate Year:  2000
GPA:  4.0

Master of Business Administration
Graduate Year:  1992
Through Air University (London, England)
GPA:  3.967
(University Closed in 2007)

Colorado Technical University
Master of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship
GPA: 4.0
(Withdrawal  For Ministry Reasons)

Colorado Technical University
Bachelor of Business Administration in Information Technology
Graduate Year:  2021
GPA:  4.0
(Refreshed Bachelors Degree)

The College of Sonship (Honolulu, Hawaii)
Bachelor of Laws (Spirit of Life in Christ Jesus)
(Concentration in Economics)
Graduate Year:  1998
GPA:  3.966

Bachelor of Business Administration
Graduate Year:  1988
Through Air University (London, England)
GPA:  3.933
(University Closed in 2007)

The Community College of the Air Force
Associates of Information Systems Management
Credit Hours: 45
Combined Average: 93%

Beecher High School (Flint, Michigan)
Graduate Year: 1983
GPA: 3.750 (5th in Class Top Ten)

Summit Junior High School (Flint, Michigan)
Graduate Year: 1980
GPA: 3.700 (3rd in Class Top Ten)


2004 – PRESENT
The College of Sonship
Honolulu, Hawaii

Formulated plans and programs for and directs administration of college within authority delegated by governing board by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate supervisors. Conferred with Board of Trustees to plan and initiate programs concerning organizational, operational, and academic functions of campus, and oversees their execution.  Administers fiscal and physical planning activities such as development of budget and building expansion programs, and recommends their adoption.  Negotiates with administrative officials and representatives of business, community, and civic groups to promote educational, research, and public service objectives and policies of institution as formulated by Board of Trustees.  Establishes operational procedures, rules, and standards relating to faculty and staff classification standards, financial disbursements, and accounting requirements.  Represents campus on Board of Trustees and at formal functions.  Uses interpersonal skills, thinks, reasons, and makes sound judgments to decide how duties and responsibilities are completed.  Completes all required training and professional development sessions sponsored through the ACEA unique accreditation council.  Supports the values of the College: diversity, teaching excellence, student success, innovation and creativity and service to the College.  Planned, designed and developed the new College of Sonship social media collegiate platform.  This new on-line platform uses the latest technology to include a premium chat bar allowing multi-chat conversations and one-on-one video chat conversations.  It allows students to interact through this module while simultaneously and seamlessly allowing interactive files sharing to include pdf files, graphics and word documents.  Acting like a collegiate Facebook, this platform can do even more than the popular social media site.  A truly outstanding feature is the mass messaging system allowing for immediate dissemination of information to the entire student body!  This successful collegiate institution was launched in 1998 in-residence in downtown Honolulu, Hawaii.  This program was ultimately launched on-line in 2003 with the emergence of the World Wide Web reaching unprecedented growth and profitability.  COS has graduates currently working in the United States government, military, corporate world and private business sector.  Also, our model of entrepreneurship requires some hands on development of both business and economical interface.  Recommended the institution for unique accreditation with the Dr. C. Peter Wagner launched ACEA, The Apostolic Council for Educational Accountability.  This is currently the Association of Christian Educators and Administrators.  ACEA has yearly conferences and COS is now a regular attendee of these meetings.  This insures the continual unique accreditation of the institution.  Helped obtain the 501(c)3 status of the institution.  Created the idea of launching our own 24/7 call center.  Hired and trained new call center executives offering the unique opportunity of COS.  This resulted in the increase of sales and student enrollments by over 3,000% during the years of 2004 to 2007.  Wrote and directed a curriculum staff of over 15 individuals.  Wrote and archived over 100,000 hours of new and contemporary modern curriculum.   Built, designed and implemented a new revolutionary mobile banking platform to be used as the COS “virtual internship” program.  Most internship programs are non-paying however this program has the possibility of taking entrepreneurship to its finest and greatest glory!  Keynote implementation speaker and representative for The College of Sonship worldwide.  Newly acquired countries are Africa and Korea!  The following are some of the North American areas of penetration: 

COS Public Speaking Representative for Unique Engagements and Numerous Conferences (2004 to Present) - Was a nationwide and worldwide keynote speaker, prophetic and inspirational expository speaker and business conference speaker and mentor for numerous events and venues.  The geographical areas serviced are but not limited to:  Anchorage, AK; Kenia, AK; Seward, AK; Soldotna, AK, Eagle River, AK; Phoenix, AZ; Casa Grande, AZ; Tucson, AZ; Tempe, AZ; Scottsdale, AZ; Mesa, AZ; Camp Verde, AZ; Flagstaff, AZ; Pasadena, CA; Santa Cruz, CA; Capitola, CA; Scotts Valley, CA; San Diego, CA; Hayward, CA; Denver, CO; Hartford, CT; Tampa, FL; Sarasota, FL; Atlanta, GA; Detroit, MI; New York, NY; Mesquite, TX;  Raleigh, NC; Omaha, NE; Toronto, Canada; and many other cities, states and countries.

1998 – 2003
Executive Director
Angel Network Charities, Inc
Hands of the Lord Ministries, Inc
Honolulu, Hawaii

Maintained and managed 39 transitional shelter properties for the homeless, spousal abuse victims and the under privileged.   Designed and facilitated an educational program that trained transitional personnel back into society.  This program was used as a model for other programs starting up.  Launched the adopt-a-family program where more privileged individuals aided in assisting homeless families and people back into society.  Responsible for the purchase and operation of all complex computer operations within the organization.  Designed, hosted and maintained the company website to include the adopt-a-family program on-line.  Trained staff in the use of personal computers and on-line programs and platforms.  Directed business staff and streamlined a 26,000 square foot warehouse, generating necessary income for running the entire program.  This revenue helped to replace the $300,000.00 yearly stipend offered through the State of Hawaii.  Managed all staff, logistics and operations of the entire transitional shelter and housing program.  Worked with alliance groups to ensure program success in the entire State of Hawaii.  Assured that the organization had a long-range strategy which achieves its mission, and toward which it makes consistent and timely progress.  Provided leadership in developing program, organizational and financial plans with the Board of Directors and staff, and carry out plans and policies authorized by the board.  Promoted active and broad participation by volunteers in all areas of the organization's work.  Maintained official records and documents, and ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations.  Maintained a working knowledge of significant developments and trends in the field.  Saw that the Board of Directors was kept fully informed on the condition of the organization and all important factors influencing it.  Publicized the activities of the organization, its programs and goals.  Established sound working relationships and cooperative arrangements with community groups and organizations.  Represented the programs and point of view of the organization to agencies, organizations, and the general public.  Responsible for the recruitment, employment, and release of all personnel, both paid staff and volunteers.  Ensured that job descriptions were developed, that regular performance evaluations were held, and that sound human resource practices were in place.  Saw that an effective management team, with appropriate provision for succession, was in place.  Encouraged staff and volunteer development and education, and assisted program staff in relating their specialized work to the total program of the organization.  Maintained a climate which attracted, kept, and motivated a diverse staff of top quality people.  Was responsible for developing and maintaining sound financial practices.  Worked with the staff, Finance Committee, and the board in preparing a budget; saw that the organization operated within budget guidelines.  Ensured that adequate funds were available to permit the organization to carry out its work.  Jointly, with the chairman, vice chairman, president, vice president and secretary of the board of directors, conducted official correspondence of the organization, and jointly, with designated officers, executed legal documents.

1992 – 1998
Branch Manager
The Equitable
Associates/Citi Financial Services
Pearl City, Hawaii

Established and maintained relationships with individuals and business customers and provided assistance with problems customers encountered.  Recruited staff members and oversaw training programs.  Planned, directed, and coordinated the activities of workers in branches, offices, and departments of establishments, such as other branches, brokerage firms, risk and insurance departments, or credit departments.  Examined, evaluated and processed loan applications.  Oversaw the flow of cash and financial instruments.  Approved, rejected, and coordinated the approval or rejection of lines of credit or commercial, real estate, or personal loans.  Reviewed collection reports to determine the status of collections and the amounts of outstanding balances.  Broke delinquency every month resulting in positive branch trending and profitability.  Networked within communities to find and attract new business.  Evaluated data pertaining to costs to plan budgets.  Evaluated financial reporting systems, accounting or collection procedures, or investment activities and made recommendations for changes to procedures, operating systems, budgets, and other financial control functions.  Established procedures for custody and control of assets, records, loan collateral, and securities to ensure safekeeping.  Prepared operational or risk reports for management analysis.  Submitted delinquent accounts to attorneys or outside agencies for collection and garnishment of wages for quick collection and positive branch trending.  Prepared financial and regulatory reports required by laws, regulations, or boards of directors.  Communicated with stockholders and other investors to provide information and to raise capital.  Reviewed reports of securities transactions and price lists to analyze market conditions.  Directed insurance negotiations, select insurance brokers and carriers, and place insurance.  Developed or analyzed information to assess the current or future financial status of firms.  Planned, directed, and coordinated risk and insurance programs of establishments to control risks and losses.  Analyzed and classified risks and investments to determine their potential impacts on company.  Managed systems administration for IBM AS 400.  Increased branch growth of over 15M for each quarter and 60M for the entire year.


1983 – 1992
Systems Administrator/Information Technology Management
The United States Air Force
Numerous Stateside and Overseas Assignments

Diagnosed hardware and software problems, and replaced defective components.  Performed data backups and disaster recovery operations.  Maintained and administered computer networks and related computing environments, including computer hardware, systems software, applications software, and all configurations.  Planned, coordinated, and implemented network security measures in order to protect data, software, and hardware.  Operated master consoles in order to monitor the performance of computer systems and networks, and to coordinate computer network access and use.  Performed routine network startup and shutdown procedures, and maintain control records.  Designed, configured, and tested computer hardware, networking software and operating system software.  Recommend changes to improve systems and network configurations, and determined hardware or software requirements related to such changes.  Conferred with network users about how to solve existing system problems.  Monitored network performance in order to determine whether adjustments needed to be made, and to determined where changes will need to be made in the future.  Trained people in computer system use and loaded computer tapes and disks, and installed software and printer paper and forms.  Gathered data pertaining to customer needs, and used the information to identify, predict, interpret, and evaluate system and network requirements.  Analyzed equipment performance records in order to determine the need for repair or replacement.  Maintained logs related to network functions, as well as maintenance and repair records.  Researched new technology, and implemented it or recommend its implementation.  Maintained an inventory of parts for emergency repairs.  Coordinated with vendors and with company personnel in order to facilitate purchases.  Wrote and archived professional military educational curriculum for use in the graduation of over 1800 academy and leadership students.  Students would accomplish these courses in-residence for over 2 to 3 months at a time.  Maintained a multimillion dollar dormitory facility that housed over 1,800 students and graduates from these very important military programs and courses.  These programs were set for the advancement of individual to the next phase of their entire military careers!  Designed and created newly designed diplomas and certificates for awarding upon successful completion of these programs and courses.  Planned, arranged and successful accomplished graduation ceremonies for all students and graduates.  Corresponded with different Air Force and Department of Defense officials in the obtaining of highly level keynote speakers for graduation ceremonies.  This included numerous 3 and 4-star generals.  Government officials serviced included the President and Vice President of the United States of America, Secretary of Defense, Chairman to the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Commander, Pacific Fleet.  Systems administrator for a 5,000 workstation computer network.  Servicing Air Force hotel/motel operations and Senior Officer quarters.  Kept all records and processed military pay for all military married to military and single non-commissioned officers living off base.  Ran an error free program that was recognized by Headquarters United States Air Force as "The Best Seen To Date!"  Received laudatory comments for all Unit Effectiveness Inspections by the US Inspector General.  These records were kept staged and archived in a personally created computer system that Dr. Ford designed and operated.  All office automation of over 100 different computer systems were taught, maintained and archived by this unique documentation and programming system!

Performed numerous tasks and created unique programs that are used as standards today in many Air Force offices and organizations.


Air Force Achievement Medal (1985) - Individual Outstanding Achievement

Air Force Achievement Medal (1986) - Signed by General Joseph Ralston who ultimately became the Vice Chairman to the Joints Chiefs of Staff the nation's second highest ranking military officer.

Air Force Achievement Medal (1987)

Air Force Achievement Medal (1989) - Individual Outstanding Achievement (Curriculum Development)

Air Force Achievement Medal (1990)

Air Force Commendation Medal (1992) - Signed by Lieutenant General Thomas G. McInerney who ultimately became the Assistant Vice Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force.

Delta Mu Delta - Pi Gamma Chapter
International Honor Society in Business
4.0 GPA Scholastic Achievement
Year:  2021


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