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Vice President for Human Resources and Nonprofit Relations

Sergio R. Santos’ service to country began at the United States Naval Academy, where he earned his commission in the U.S. Marine Corps. Over the next six years, he served as a Scout Sniper Platoon Commander, Company Commander, and Battalion Intelligence Officer with 1st Battalion / 1st Marines. In that time, he earned numerous awards, deployed on two overseas tours, and was one of the first Marines in Afghanistan following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Transitioning out of the Corps as a Captain in 2002, Sergio brought his ability to calculate risk, develop strategic plans, and lead diverse teams into the highly competitive landscape of Strategy and Management Consulting. Over the next 12 years as a Lead Consultant and Small Business Executive, he spearheaded multi-million-dollar projects in the retail, aerospace, government, and nonprofit industries.

Previously serving as the Manager for Diversity Recruiting Programs at Boston Scientific – Sergio has been able to pursue his true passion as a champion for the rights, engagement, wellness, and employment of Veterans and People with Disabilities.

A consummate Servant Leader, Sergio has mentored hundreds of transitioning veterans in resume, interview, and networking skills; co-founded the Veterans Writing Group – San Diego with the support of the Writers Guild of America; led and grew Boston Scientific’s Veterans Employee Resource Group; served as a Board Member for the Minnesota Medal of Honor Memorial; served as a Governor-Appointed Industry Representative to the Minnesota State Rehabilitation Counsel; and currently serves as the Vice President for Human Resources & Nonprofit Relations for The Warrior’s Lawyer.

Sergio earned his MBA from the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management. He currently resides in San Antonio, TX (aka “Military City USA”) with his wife, children, and “devil dogs.” Although he shed his uniform nearly 20 years ago, Sergio will be the first to tell you that he is always: “Here to serve!”

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