Jason Roncoroni is a retired Lieutenant Colonel and former aviation battalion commander from the United States Army. He served a total of 33 months in combat over 3 deployments to Afghanistan and has the unique distinction of having transitioned from the military twice. He resigned his commission as a junior captain only to return to the military after 9/11, and he most recently retired after 21 years of active duty service. Since leaving the military, Jason has become a nationally recognized thought leader who has advised senior military leaders, policy makers, and government officials on military transition and civilian reintegration. His LinkedIn articles on these topics have gained a broad readership, with particular articles reaching more than 50,000 readers. Jason has also authored several white papers and won several awards for innovations related to veteran health and military transition. He most recently co-authored the first handbook through Lioncrest Publishing as the first reference designed to coach military leaders on the psychological, cultural, and social challenges of transition and reintegration. As the founder of Ordinary Hero Coaching, Inc. (www.ordinaryherocoaching.com), he provides professional coaching to empower transitioning military leaders for more meaningful opportunities after military service. He is an honors graduate from the United States Military Academy at West Point, was the valedictorian of his MBA class from the University of North Carolina, and has an MS in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. Jason lives in North Carolina with his wife and family.
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- Relationships / Perception / Communication
- Policy / Service Provision
- National & International