Corporal, U.S. Marine Corps
Bachelors of Science in Business Administration from University of San Diego

Corporal Christensen was born in Oconomowoc, WI and moved around between split families until settling in Fort Atkinson, WI for middle school and high school. Always intrigued by the lofty standards and discipline of the armed forces, he enlisted in the Marine Corps during his senior year of high school in 2010 and attended recruit training at MCRD-San Diego in January 2011. After the completion of recruit training, he attained certification as a Digital Wideband Technician in Twenty-Palms, CA and was stationed at MCAS-Miramar in San Diego. He was a plank owner of SPMAGTF-Crisis Response in 2014-2015 where he participated in a variety of missions abroad. Corporal Christensen has sustained permanent physiological and psychological trauma throughout his 5 years in the Marine Corps. Corporal Christensen currently is attending the University of San Diego in the Bachelors of Business Administration program with a major of Finance. He aspires to attain a dual degree, JD-MBA and own a consulting business someday that gives legal and financial aid to entrepreneurs who are limited on resources and expertise.

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