Sean Maday

Sean Maday is the program director at Patriot Boot Camp. He was an active-duty Air Force intelligence officer for four years before joining the private sector. Since leaving the Air Force in 2009, Sean has worked at Google, and two fast-growth startups: Gnip and Mapbox. Sean is a lifelong entrepreneur who had his first successful exit at age 17 and launched a prosperous custom apparel company as a student at Michigan State University.

Recent articles from Sean Maday

A Day in Their Boots
Here’s Why Veterans Make Great Tech Startup Founders
These 3 veterans diverged from the traditional career path and launched their own tech startups.
Paratroopers from the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, jump from a U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster over Malamute Drop Zone, the primary drop zone for Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Sept. 19, 2013.
These Army Veterans Are On A Quest To Make The World A Safer Place
The journey of the Stabilitas founders from the military to civilian entrepreneurship offers unique lessons about transition.
Ethan Dietrich, pictured, served five years as a U.S. Army intelligence specialist.
This Army Vet Created The ‘Bar Exam’ For Cyber Security Professionals
College wasn’t an option for Ethan Dietrich when he got out of the Army, so he launched his own cyber security company.