Jason Reagan

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Originally from Annandale, Va. (just outside Washington, D.C.), Jason earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Tennessee. Jason was an Army ROTC scholarship cadet at UT and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant upon graduation. After completing the Engineer Officer Basic Course at Ft Leonard Wood, Mo., he joined the Army Reserve and obtained his Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech and began working as a consulting engineer. During this time, Jason developed a passion for flying, earning his Private Pilot license in 1994. He later decided to leave his engineering career, and in 1999, Jason applied for a branch transfer. He joined the Air Force Reserve where he went to Air Force Pilot Training and flew the C-5 Galaxy and other aircraft. He retired as a Lt. Col. in 2018 after 25 years of total service. During his time in the military, Jason developed a strong interest in the financial markets and personal financial planning, in particular. He completed the Certified Financial Planner certification program at Rice University in Houston, Tex. in 2012 while on active-duty orders. After completing his orders in 2013, he moved to Tennessee, worked as a financial advisor at a large brokerage firm, and earned his CFP® designation in 2016. He later left that firm as he wanted to work with an organization where he could be a true fiduciary. Jason found that opportunity with Leading Edge Financial Planning. Jason lives in Wears Valley, Tennessee with his wife, Jill, and their two children, where they try to spend as much time outdoors as possible. They own a Beech Debonair, which he uses for personal travel and animal rescue flights. Jason is also currently a pilot for NetJets.

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