chief executive officer
Jonathan Hamblin has demonstrated exceptional leadership capabilities throughout his professional careers. As the Chief Executive Officer of Circuit Society, he is responsible for the advancing, progressing, and overseeing of daily operations. As a United States Air Force veteran, Jonathan has accomplished several impressive feats and exhibited key characteristics that have been recognized and lauded by numerous major commands throughout the world.
Shortly after joining the United States Air Force in 2010, Jonathan was relocated to Joint Base Andrews in Maryland which is also known as the “President’s base”. Immediately after arriving, he pursued various opportunities to improve himself along with contributing to the improvement of his community. Through this unmatched dedication, he was awarded “Volunteer of the Year” along with being named “Warrior of the Week” by the base commander which immediately prompted being promoted to the rank of Senior Airman six-months early.
In 2016, Jonathan received an assignment to Incirlik Air Base in Turkey. In this hostile environment, this would prove to be a challenging yet rewarding experience. Upon his arrival, he was ambitious in continuing the momentum from the previous location. He applied for and was selected as the President of the installation’s professional organization that tailored to increasing morale and motivation for all residents. During this time, he was introduced to the New York Stock Market and began his endeavors in personal finance. While holding this position, he attended Airman Leadership School (ALS) where he was voted as class leader. Through seven weeks of instruction and being within the top 1% of all graduating classes, he was awarded the John Levitow Award which is the highest honor presented to a graduate of Air Force Enlisted Professional Military Education (PME). Prior to departing his 17-month assignment in Turkey, he was awarded two Air Force Achievement Medals and promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant.
Upon arriving back to the United States in 2018, Jonathan delved more into investing and worked with like-minded and talented individuals to establish Circuit Society. At the same time, he was hand-selected for the high honor of serving within the base protocol office. Jonathan’s daily responsibilities included coordinating high-profile events along with interacting with Generals. For these contributions, he received nine Letters of Appreciation (LOA) along with being awarded the Air Force Achievement Medal. Shortly after this commitment, he was tasked to aid the efforts overseas and was relocated to a bare location in Saudi Arabia. Under harsh conditions, he was in charge of all United States personnel movement throughout the country and supporting locations which accounted for utilizing funding valued at over $100M. Through his 72-hour work weeks for six months, he was lauded for his remarkable leadership and was awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal (AFCM).
Today, Jonathan was recently hand-selected by Headquarters Air Force (HAF) for the prestigious role of becoming a United States Air Force recruiter. Throughout his countless experiences, he continues to strive for excellence which accompanies him through any position that he maintains.
2022 - Associates in Applied Sciences (AAS) in Human Resources
Community College of the Air Force
2021 - Masters of Science (MS) in Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Southern New Hampshire University
2015 - Bachelors of Arts (BA) in Psychology
American Military University
2014 - Associates in Applied Sciences (AAS) in Transportation
Community College of the Air Force