Mortgage Loan Originator
Prior to joining the office,
Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) (Retired) (USA) Miguel A. Sapp served 28 years of active and reserve duty in the U.S. Army. He commanded at the platoon, battery, company, and battalion level. His military obligations included back-to-back tours in support of Operation Sea Signal and Operation Uphold Democracy in Guantanamo, Cuba and Haiti respectively. He earned the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal and Humanitarian Service Medal with one bronze star. LTC (Ret.) Sapp also served two tours in Iraq and received the Bronze Star, the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Army Commendation Medal, and the Iraqi Campaign Medal with three campaign stars, the Combat Action Badge, the Valorous Unit Award and the Joint Meritorious Unit Award with two oak leaf clusters for his service in Iraq.
Mr. Sapp also served over 20 years in the Federal Government and retired. In that time, he served in several departments and agencies. Most notably he served in the Department of State and held positions at the U.S. Embassies in Cairo, Egypt and Kabul, Afghanistan. His last assignment with the Department of State was at Embassy Kabul where he was a Senior Civilian Representative. He coordinated civilian reconstruction efforts in two provinces of Afghanistan, a task that was challenging and dangerous. Despite the tough conditions Mr. Sapp was successful in his mission and received the Meritorious Honor Award, the Superior Honor Award and the Expeditionary Service Medal for his service in Afghanistan.
He served in Afghanistan again as part of the Department of Defense Ministry of Defense Advisor Program. He was the Director of the Rule of Law effort in the Ministry of Interior. Among his many successes he was instrumental in reducing the number of Gross Violations of Human Rights claims by 25%. He received the Department of the Army Meritorious Civilian Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Medal, and the Non-Article 5 NATO Medal.