Jake (Cohort 032) has 3 years of service in the U.S. Army Infantry. In this time Jake deployed to Afghanistan in 2009 in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan). During that year-long deployment Jake was profoundly affected by the loss of friends/fellow soldiers. After returning to the U.S. in 2010 more losses in his unit came by way of suicide. Again, he was profoundly affected.

Not knowing what to do with his grief he continued to struggle until he attended Save A Warrior in 2016. Since that time Jake has extensively studied ontology, neuro-linguistic programming, and other transformational disciplines in an effort to gain mastery over the conversational domain in such a way that can transform the way trauma occurs for other veterans.

Jake has experience coaching programs in 9-figure personal and professional development organizations. He is attending ASU to complete his bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences. The systems of habits and beliefs that affect performance in all areas of life are what Jake is out to understand and transform, for himself, and others.

Jake lives in Morrow, OH with his wife Cassie and their three dogs; Kalipso, Leo, and Copper.

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