Ken Vennera is a man of many hats. Wharton educated, corporate lawyer, and mentor, he is also involved with Warrior Rising as Chief of Staff — a veteran nonprofit that helps veteran entrepreneurs get off the ground and positioned for success.
Dr. Joseph Trachtman sits at the cross between optometry and experimental psychology.
He has over 40 years’ experience in the area of elite performance through visual training, having worked with the likes of NASA, the US Olympic Shooting Team, the Pittsburgh Pirates, the New England Patriots, the Boston Bruins, and jet fighter pilots, as well as those with autism, PTSD, and TBI.
As President of the Elite Performance and Learning Center, he has pioneered elite performance and has developed zone-inducing technology, including the Zone-Trac AR.
Chris Schmitt is essentially the real-life Col. Hannibal Smith from the A-team.
A recently retired Lt. Col., he logged over 30 years of service in the Green Berets including commanding, planning, and executing special operations all over Europe, Asia, and North Africa. He hung his beret on getting ahead of Al-Qaeda and preventing the network from spreading. His weapon of choice? Kindness. Since retirement, he has shifted his focus toward leadership consulting with Fortune 100 companies through Azimuth Consulting Group and his extreme outdoor development trek, The Traverse.