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Lindsey Streeter

Georgia Ambassador

Name: Lindsey Streeter
Hometown:  Richmond Hill, GA 31324
E-mail Address:
Business Position:  Vice President, Market Sales

Civilian Education:  Master of Science (Business Performance Improvement), Grantham University; Bachelor of Science (Management), Excelsior University; Associate of Arts (Business), American International University                                                                                                                                                                                                      

Organizations/Clubs/Philanthropies: Volunteer, Quad E (Heath Core and Under Insured); Volunteer, The Sergeants Major House (Homeless Services); AUSA; VFW; American Legion

Military Retirement Date, Rank, Service: 1 November 2016, Command Sergeant Major, U.S. Army

Name of Spouse and Children:  Wife – Mary Ann

Army Reserve Ambassador Lindsey Streeter retired as a Command Sergeant Major with 31 years of service in the United States Army. During his military career, he served in senior NCO leadership positions at the company, battalion and brigade levels, including his terminal assignment as the Commandant of the Fort Stewart NCO Academy.  He brings extensive leadership experience from the U.S. Army Recruiting Command (USAREC).

He is a graduate of Grantham University, Excelsior University and American International University.  He transitioned from the military into a senior position in the banking industry and is intent on staying connected within military channels for the sole purpose of supporting Soldiers and their families.  With this in mind, he established two non-profit organizations and maintains connections with business and elected officials eastern Georgia to north Georgia.