Anthony Negron

While on active duty, Tony rose to the level of Pararescue Functional Manager of Air Combat Command, overseeing policy, manpower, and readiness.  Supported  over 700 Pararescuemen across seven major commands to support Combined Joint Task Forces in the Horn of Africa, Afghanistan, and Iraq. His expertise is in combat and training programs, career development and budget management. A two-time Bronze Star and Purple Heart recipient, Tony’s work as an operator  with Joint Special Operations Command saw him overseeing some of the most critical and strategic missions in our War on Terror from 2000 to 2006.

Since his separation in 2015 Tony, as CEO, has lead S.E.I. in working directly with the Department of Defense in providing training to active duty special operations personnel in Leadership, Medical, Tactical, Mountaineering, and Preservation Of The Force and Family. His leadership courses are some of the most sought-after seats among special operators. As a member of the Board of Directors of the Pararescue Foundation he is a driving force in the organization’s mission to relieve the physical and psychological demands of the service borne and provide strategy and education on transition, all while honoring and preserving the Pararescue legacy.

Tony attended the Command’s University of Virginia Darden School of Business course and has degrees in Applied Science Personnel Recovery and Criminal Justice from Community College of the Air Force.

22 Roulston Rd. Windham, NH 03087
(603) 893-0419