Cornelius J. Maxwell is a United States Army veteran who served from 2004-2012. During his service, Cornelius served 3 combat tours during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Mr. Maxwell is a veteran advocate who has stepped into the forefront for his Transition Units Theory concept, which provides his solution for veteran PTSD, homelessness, unemployment, and assists veterans towards acquiring earned benefits. He is also known for his mission to honor 100,000 veterans for their service through art as an Art Director.
Cornelius has earned an Associate’s degree from the Universal Technical Institute-Avondale, and served as the Student Council President. Mr. Maxwell has earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Political Science from the University of Houston-Downtown. As a graduate fellow from the University of California-Los Angeles Executive MBA Fellowship program in Entrepreneurship. He is also a degree candidate at Grand Canyon University MBA program in Project Management.
In his 2017, Transition Units Theory Speech given at the Oklahoma State Capitol Cornelius has inspired thousands of veterans and veteran families to become involved in serving our veterans after military service.