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Nate Kouhana

from Green Beret to beef jerky entrepreneur

Nate Kouhana is the founder and CEO of Anthem Snacks, a premium veteran-owned meat snack company. He spent six years in the military and served as a Green Beret, where he received numerous awards, including two Bronze Star Medals and a Purple Heart.

Nate Kouhana spent six years in the military and served as a Green Beret, where he received numerous awards, including two Bronze Star Medals and a Purple Heart. After serving his country honorably, Nate moved to San Francisco and transitioned to the tech industry, where he led Business Development and Strategic Partnerships at Radius Intelligence. He currently lives in Montana and is the founder and CEO of Anthem Snacks, a premium veteran-owned meat snack company. Nate holds multiple degrees, including an MS from the University of Texas at Austin and an MBA from the University of Chicago.

Resources:
anthemsnacks.com
instagram.com/anthemsnacks/

Nate’s book recommendations:
Anthem (Ayn Rand)
Maverick- Biography of Thomas Sowell (Jason L Riley)
The Fourth Turning (William Strauss and Neil Howe)
The Undoing Project (Michael Lewis)

 

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