Sean’s research focused on military leadership and its impact on transitioning veterans. He is currently employed with the U.S. Army (contractor), coaching/training resilience and performance psychology for soldiers, families, and DoD civilians. He also teach a leadership course each semester at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. Sean has his Master’s degree in Counseling with a concentration in Sport and Health Psychology from Adler University. Before graduate school, Sean spent five years serving as an Infantry Officer in the United States Marine Corps in various billets over multiple deployments including Fire Support Team Leader, Combined Anti-Armor Team Leader, and Infantry advisor. Sean graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Centre College, while playing football. He is a certified mental performance consultant (CMPC) through the Association of Applied Sport Psychology, as well as a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC) in the state of Colorado.
Sean believes in the relentless pursuit of knowledge and curiosity. He most strongly values humility, authenticity, and a resolute work ethic. Sean’s research interests include coaching, resilience, transformational leadership, values, application of mental skills, and veteran transitions. He lives with his fiancée, Angela, in Colorado Springs.