ABOUT RUBICON COA
The Rubicon COA Origins
The Rubicon COA was created out of a personal desire to improve by leading oneself. When we lead ourselves, we become more effective at leading others.
Personal accountability is the root of leading self and links to all other leadership traits. Through a rigorous and systematic process, we instill leadership traits in the individual that they can use for the remainder of their leadership journey.
Likewise, it is essential to develop hard skills to complement the soft skills of leadership.
We believe that adventure feeds the soul of every person, so our training includes a unique approach to adventure through a challenging mission set.
Learn to lead others by learning to lead yourself first.
The Eagle represents strength and courage
The Star represents wisdom and guidance
The Shield stands for protection of the community
Our mission is to develop the skills to lead oneself, improve others, and prepare people to commit to a definite purpose and certain course of action.
Our vision is to improve men and women’s self-awareness and leadership skills and return them to their families, work, and community as stronger leaders.
Respect yourself and others.
Believe in yourself.
Your guides to a stronger you.
Leadership Experience: 32 years
Sectors: Military, Private Sector, Oil and Gas
Bobby Harrington is a lifelong servant leader, husband, and father. His leadership roots are in sports and the United States Marine Corps, and he has spent 32 years honing leadership traits and applying leadership principles. Bobby is known to this family, friends, and co-workers as a coach, change agent, and challenger.
On teams since age seven, Bobby takes a hands-on approach to leadership challenges and believes camaraderie, hard work, and rapport are the building blocks of effective teams. He has had the privilege to lead teams in sports, the United States Marine Corps, martial arts, private business, and a Fortune 500 company.
However, leading his family is Bobby’s most significant accomplishment, and he has dedicated his life to serving and improving others first. Bobby is a Gulf War veteran with an honorable discharge.
Kevin joined the United States Marine Corps in January 1994 and served as a member of Crash, Fire & Rescue at MCAS New River in Jacksonville, NC. After being Honorably Discharged out of the Marines he went to EMT, EMT-I & Paramedic school and became the first paid firefighter/paramedic in his hometown. Kevin moved to Rockledge, Florida in early 2000, working at the blood bank and Cape Canaveral Fire & Rescue till he started his career with Brevard County Fire & Rescue in January 2001.
Kevin is currently assigned to Engine 21 in North Mims. He is also an EMS instructor, Haz-Mat Technician and spent 6 years on the Haz-Mat Tech Rescue Team at BCFR, Field Evaluation Officer and is the team coordinator for the departments CISM team. Kevin teaches EMT and paramedic with Eastern Florida State College EMS program and he also teaches ACLS, PALS, CPR/First Aid.
He is a NAEMT Instructor for TCCC, TECC, TEMS, LEFR-TCC, and Bleeding Control. He has helped train several hundred local fire/rescue and law enforcement for active shooter events, several hundred law enforcement in bleeding control and has been an evaluator for Department of Homeland Security in an active shooter drill. Kevin is also the Vice President of the non-profit The Crisis Doctor & Associates and the Fire Rescue liaison for the Survive First Foundation. Kevin holds an Associate’s degree in EMS and a Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration. Kevin is married, his wife has been in law enforcement for over 14 years, he has three children and three grandkids, his oldest daughter lives in Alabama, his youngest daughter is in the Marine Corps and his son is in the Army.
Leadership Experience: 27 years
Sectors: Military, Private and Public Sectors
Severiano “Seve” Sanchez
Leadership Experience: 20 years
Sectors: Military and Private
Seve grew up in an amazing family with lots of love and discipline. He wrestled and played golf in high school where he was taught how to have a work ethic. Seve joined the military in 2003 as an 11B (infantryman) and never looked back. He deployed to Iraq from January 2004 to February of 2005 as a rifleman and finished as a team leader. Upon returning from Iraq, he attended and graduated from Ranger school in November 2005 and earned his EIB just months before attending. Upon graduation Seve chose to attend SFAS (Special Forces Assessment and Selection), where he was selected.
In the Interim between selection and the Q-course, Seve became an instructor at the Pre-Ranger course for the 25th ID. Seve began the Q-course in 2008 and was selected to go through the 18D course and graduated. After arriving at 3rd Special Forces Group, Seve deployed four times where he trained, managed, and fought alongside Afghan Nationals. Seve was medically retired after 13 years from spine surgery and has successfully transitioned into orthopedic device sales over the last six years. Seve loves his kids with all his heart and would do anything for them. In his spare time, Seve enjoys bow hunting and golfing and anything that puts hi in the outdoors.