Jason Roncoroni

I believe in the leadership potential of the veteran community. I serve veterans and their families as the founder and president of Ordinary Hero Coaching. The mission of Ordinary Hero Coaching is to inspire veterans to lead empowering lives beyond the military. As a retired lieutenant colonel and aviation officer from the army, I have spent the last 25 years in a variety of leadership positions that culminated in battalion command. I flew combat assault, air movement, and MEDEVAC missions over 33 months of combat service in Afghanistan. I am a West Point graduate who holds masters degrees in Organizational Psychology and an MBA from the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina where I was the valedictorian of my graduating class. I am professionally certified coach and member of the International Coach Federation. As an author and leader in the veteran community, I have published several white papers and won several national level awards for innovations and initiatives to improve the process of military transition. I enjoy running, crossfit, coaching youth sports, and the beach life! I live in Cary, North Carolina with my wife, Jill, and our two sons, Aidan and Everett.
Jason Roncoroni is a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the Army and a professional coach. He is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) from the International Coach Federation.
As a retired lieutenant colonel and aviation officer from the army, Jason has spent the last 25 years in a variety of leadership positions that culminated in battalion command.
When you create the collage of face from your military career, notice that you already have a deep network to leverage for transition
Thank you for your service. You've had an impressive career . . . but you're not what we're looking for.
How do you hope to find the right opportunity when you don't know what you are looking for?
The sun will set on every military journey. What is YOUR intent on how you approach the next day?
'Disability' is more pernicious than a label used to describe a rating for benefits and services. It is trap that feeds the stereotypes that encumber the veteran community.
"Family"​ photo of the Corps of Cadets taken during the 25th Reunion for the Class of 1993
"Connection is the energy that is created between people when they feel, seen, heard, and valued" - Brene Brown
Should I Stay or Should I Go?

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