From serving in the U.S. Army, to working as one of Pennsylvania’s most renowned police officers, to donating his time speaking to teens and young adults about the importance of leadership in their lives, Matt Cubbler has devoted his life to helping others through both his professional and personal life. Growing up as the son of a single mother and the brother of a mentally disabled teen who was often picked on, Cubbler always knew it was his calling to serve others. A month after graduating from high school, Cubbler’s brother Andy died in a violent car accident, which became the single most impactful moment in his life. Matt excelled academically in HS and had an opportunity to attend one of the four major military academies, he chose to enlist in the United States Army and served for four years as an Intelligence Analyst. After leaving the military as a highly decorated soldier, Matt began his career in law enforcement. Throughout his career, he has worked in uniformed patrol, investigations, under-cover narcotics, SWAT, and is one of only a few thousand select individuals (over 900,000 applicants) to be hired by the newly formed United States Federal Air Marshal Service. In 2006, Cubbler returned to local police work and he published a memoir that detailed his life with his brother entitled A Brother’s Love: A Memoir. In 2008, to help raise money for charities established in his brother’s name, he ran 78.8 miles across the state of New Jersey. In 2009, Cubbler launched his first company MaxOut, a unique fitness brand that owns a unique piece of patented strength training technology and owns and operates one-of-a-kind gyms utilizing this same technology.