Andy Stumpf

Andy Stumpf is a retired Navy SEAL Officer. He enlisted in the Navy in 1996 to pursue his childhood dream of becoming a Navy SEAL. After graduating from the grueling SEAL training, known as Basic Underwater Demolition School/SEAL, he started his career at SEAL Team FIVE in Coronado, California. In 2002, he screened for and joined the most elite counterterrorism unit in the military, SEAL Team SIX. While on a combat deployment, an Iraqi insurgent shot Andy at close range with an AK-47. Doctors told him it would be years, if ever before he recovered the use of his leg and returned to full active duty.

In 2008, he became the first E-6 selection commissioned through the Limited Duty Officer Program in the history of Naval Special Warfare. Throughout his 17-year career, Andy executed hundreds of combat operations worldwide in support of the Global War on Terror. He was medically retired in June of 2013. His awards and decorations include 5 x Bronze Star Medals (Four with Valor), the Purple Heart, the Joint Service Commendation Medal, The Navy and Marine Corp Commendation Medal with Valor. Although no longer wearing a uniform, Andy continues to fight for the SEAL community and their families.

In 2015 he set two World Records after jumping from 36,500 feet and flying over 18 miles in a wingsuit to raise 1 Million Dollars for the Navy SEAL Foundation. Andy is a sponsored skydiver and BASE jumper, constantly traveling the world and creating content for his sponsors.

His business experience includes managing corporate development and licensing, as well as Charitable Initiatives for a global fitness brand, focusing on strategic relationships and sponsorship opportunities with Fortune 500 Brands. In addition to his management experience, Andy became the company pilot, accruing 3500 hours of flight time, earning his Airline Transportation Pilot’s license, as well as type certifications in Gulfstream G-IV and Citation 525 series aircraft.

Post military, Andy founded a consulting firm dedicated to ensuring that the lessons learned from over a decade of sustained combat are retained, refined, and utilized by leaders in the business world. He has traveled the world interfacing with Fortune 500 organizations and Federal, State, and local entities.

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