Beau Chatham is a former U.S. Army Infantry officer. He is combat tested, Airborne-Ranger qualified, and had the privilege to lead troops at both the 82nd Airborne and 3rd Infantry Division. Additionally, he served at the National Training Center as a Combat Trainer (OC), and was a member of the U.S. Army Infantry Officer’s Advanced Course (SGI) Small Group Tactics Team. He has walked in the boots of a soldier and understands many of the challenges facing today's servicemen and women.
As a civilian, he brings over 15 years of experience to the table from the fields of medicine and technology. His passions are in neurology and cardiovascular treatments; specifically focusing on anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and disease management instruction. His tenure as a corporate trainer in one of the country's premier pharmaceutical companies is testament to the trust instilled in this enthusiastic trainer and educator.
Beau believes that evidence-based therapies offer the best means of providing a reasonable and predictable result. That is what initially attracted him to The SR® Process. Through his military service, medical education background, and life coaching certification process, he has compiled an impressive arsenal of tools, techniques, and procedures to effectively engage the toughest challenges that we all face in reaching a higher level of personal performance. Although he works with civilians, his love for warriors is his "calling." He speaks and writes with a military flair and seeks the toughest of situations when a wounded warrior is in need.