Mark Mosher is the Founder of Thumos Project, a 501 (c) 3. Mosher served in the Unites States Marine Corps for nearly three decades before honorably retiring as a Master Sergeant 2007. Since then, Mosher began addressing the need for a grassroots intervention for transitioning combat veterans. Mosher has applied experiential modalities learned from his extensive background in management, communication, and experience during his time in the infantry, reconnaissance and force reconnaissance community. These modalities laid the foundation for future charitable endeavors. Mosher’s capability and knowledge in physical fitness, music therapy, and sustainable agriculture have also been paramount in his personal life and unyielding drive to better serve the veteran community.
Mark will receive an AAS degree in Allied Health Care with certification as an NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine) personal trainer in September 2017. Is recently trained as a NSC (National Safety Council as an Emergency Medical Responder with wilderness protocols which enables him to administer medical support in emergency circumstances). Mosher is also certified through the American Red Cross wilderness and remote first aid program with BLS/CPR/AED, and has achieved Masters certificates in strategic organizational leadership, finance & accounting, and human resource management. Through his unflinching drive to seek self-improvement, Mosher is also managing and counseling as a veteran’s service officer, through DAV (Disabled American Veterans). This allows him to meet the needs of veterans while assisting their navigation through the Veterans Administrations claims and benefits processes.