Micah was raised in Upstate New York and joined the military in 2003, later becoming a US Navy SEAL and paramilitary contractor. He is the founder and CEO of Montana-based nonprofit Heroes and Horses and is known for the execution of ideas that change people’s lives through action, inspiration and the shifting of beliefs. Micah is an innovator and communicator in every sense of the word. When he was a young boy, Micah’s father told him that the key to success was to “look at what everyone else is doing, and do the exact opposite,” and Micah has lived that advice to a T. Micah started Heroes and Horses in 2014 after realizing that, despite the thousands of PTSD-related nonprofits and the billions spent every year, the statistics on veteran suicide and addiction were growing rapidly. In response to these staggering statistics, Micah created a veteran nonprofit with programming that was unlike anything else out there. His work with veterans has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Men’s Journal, Tedx, YETI’s One Eighty Out and numerous other national media outlets.
We are not defined by our many scars, but by what we do after the wounds close.
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