Cory Titus separated from the U.S. Army in 2017 after seven years of active duty service. He served as an Infantry and Signal officer in leadership and staff positions all over the world. His assignments included Fort Benning, the Republic of Korea, Fort Knox, Afghanistan, Fort Gordon, and Fort Detrick.
Titus’ final assignment was as a company commander for the HHC, 21st Signal Brigade, where he oversaw a communications team that provided signal support to the Secret Service guarding the candidates for the 2016 Presidential election.
Following his separation from the Army, he returned to graduate school at George Mason University where he is currently studying social entrepreneurship through their interdisciplinary studies program. His studies are focused on improving financial education for the military and spouse community.
Titus is a Minnesota native and has a Bachelor's of Arts degree in international studies from the University of Saint Thomas in Saint Paul, Minn. He joined MOAA in Jan. 2019 as an intern and joined the government relations team full time as an associate director for currently serving and retired affairs in June 2019.