Jeff Sabins

‘Don’t stress the yesterdays, enjoy the todays, forget about the tomorrows…’

Jeffrey Sabins was born in Cohocton, New York, and now lives in the small town of Harrogate, Tennessee, with his wife, their two children and a Labradoodle named Baylee Jean. He holds a B.A. in Intelligence Studies in Terrorism, which he attained at the American Military University and an M.S. in Organizational Leadership from Columbia Southern University.

Jeffrey is a highly decorated member of the United States Marines, in which he has served since June 2004. He has conducted operations in more than 14 countries, been deployed as an Infantry Unit leader on two occasions to Iraq, once to Afghanistan and once to Somalia and was a recipient of the Purple Heart in 2006.

As well as his military career, Jeffrey is also a freelance writer, providing content for blogs and articles. He has also written two books, The American Terrorist and The Convoy, both of which were released in 2019 and which are available through Amazon.

In his spare time Jeffrey enjoys being outdoors as much as possible, hiking or camping in the fresh air. He has been a nature and animal lover all his life and also has an interest in Autism and Pediatric Brian Tumor Awareness, after his son suffered from one at the age of 2.

As far as the future is concerned, Jeffrey is looking forward to retiring from the US Marines in 2021 and hopes that with the additional time he will have, that he can become a full time writer and motivational speaker.

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What People Say

Jeffrey is one of the best Marines I’ve worked with. He is brave, smart and skilled.The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.

Keith Richardson

Great Marine, colleague and friend! Jeff is a hard worker who goes above and beyond the task/Mission at hand.

Phillip Guadalupe

Jeffrey is a highly dependable and capable professional that has proven in many situations and tasks to be a highly skilled leader.

Aubrey Wrenn

Let’s build something together.

‘Don’t stress the yesterdays, enjoy the today’s, forget about the tomorrows…’