A personal driver for me was the world-class talent that I was able to interact with every day. As a naturally curious person, I could count on constant professional growth just by being around such smart and driven colleagues and community members.
As the years passed, I was exposed to more great companies. I discovered companies big and small, like WinSupply, Henny Penny, 361 Interactive and countless others. That exposure nudged me to leave the Air Force and co-found Mile Two in 2015. As a company working at the cutting edge of technologies such machine learning, self-piloting airplanes and other human machine teaming capabilities, Mile Two could exist and succeed in almost any market — including Austin, Boston or San Francisco — but we chose to locate our headquarters in Dayton because we knew we could be just as successful here.