LinkedIn offered a free resume review. I sent mine in MT format. Here is the abridged review, how does it jibe with MT advice?
I think your design is visually uneven. I'd like to see your document more polished, something more fitting of your experience level.
Using bullets to highlight important information is helpful, but in your specific case, you should consider using a few less. It can be hard to narrow in on the most pertinent information when there are too many bullets. Size and type of bullets are also a consideration.
We recommend limiting your work history to the past 10 to 15 years as most employers are concerned with your most current, relevant work experience.
Your career summary is not as long as it could be. This is a key component to compel the hiring manager to keep reading. (There was no summary.)
Consider removing dates from your education section. For someone as advanced in their career as you, your experience is what employers find most useful when forming an opinion of you as a candidate, and should be the focal point of your resume. Removing education dates can help you steer clear of unconscious bias and ageism without detracting from your accomplishments.