Greg Sedia is a small business owner and retired United States Marine.
Greg’s training experience spans 35 years. As the operations chief for a DOT drug testing lab, Greg has delivered presentations to military personnel regarding current and proposed drug abuse policies and testing procedures. More recently he was a 14-year member of the United States Marine Corps’ Counter Improvised Explosive Device mobile training team, teaching operational planning to thousands of US and NATO forces worldwide. Greg has acted as a mentor to junior leaders, assisting them in decision-making under extremely stressful conditions. His favorite saying is “The most important thing is to keep the most important thing the most important thing.”
Greg has been a recruiter, senior personnel manager, retail manager, sales trainer, and director of operations. Greg is currently the owner of a small business that provides pre-employment background checks, drug testing, and fingerprinting services. With a special focus on the drug-treatment industry, Greg aids in their compliance with strict city, county, state, and federal guidelines. He also facilitated treatment support groups for Substance Use Disorder (SUD) clients and first responders and military members suffering from PTSD.
Greg has a BA degree in Public Administration from National University, with an emphasis on Criminal Justice and a minor in Human Behavior. Greg loves to travel and spend time with his ever-expanding family.