John Toth is Senior Director of Veterans Programs and a former United States Army Infantry Officer with over 21 years experience leading soldiers in challenging situations around the globe. During his career, John served tours in South Korea and Egypt, and was deployed to combat in Iraq. His assignments included the 82nd and 101st Airborne Divisions as well as the Pentagon. He is a graduate of the rigorous U.S. Army Ranger School and is a Master Parachutist and Pathfinder. He recently completed his final assignment as the Professor of Military Science at the University of Colorado at Boulder where he was responsible for training future officers for the Army. Passionate about Veteran issues, he sits on the board of directors for the Denver Centennial Chapter of the Association of the United States Army as well as the Admiral Arleigh Burke Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America in Boulder, CO. He holds a Masters degree from the prestigious School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS) at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Additionally, he is on the board of advisors for impossible2Possible – a youth development organization. A devoted husband and proud father of two boys, he resides in Boulder, Colorado with his family where they share his passion for cycling, the outdoors, and traveling the world.