Matthew Savolskis served ten years in the U.S. ARMY as an operator with 1st Special Forces Group across the globe, with an emphasis in cultivation of liberty and freedom from oppression. After campaigns in southeast Asia, Iraq, and Afghanistan he medically retired.
Matt held various instructor responsibilities spanning basic and advanced military skills and operational techniques and developed over 400 hours of coursework materials and standards. Since his transition to the private sector, Matt has since gone on to facilitate project groups for problem solving in the business world. These corporate instructions include teaching economics, finance, accounting, marketing, sales, operations, projects, risk, insurance, management, contract law, organizational behavior, strategy, change management and leadership.
Matt completed his Bachelorette degree in business with concentration in management. He then earned his Master in Business Administration with an emphasis on operations, project and risk management, while earning a lean six sigma green belt certification, and then on to the certification for the strategic level lean six sigma black belt for continuous improvement.
As an executive in the private sector Matt was able to lead and document a 12 Million dollar in 12 months rate of change during one of his projects.
In his sparetime Matt finds fulfillment and excitement in helping struggling men, women, and military veterans find hope. He also volunteers and works with different non-profit and volunteer programs.