An Officer and A Fellow
LTC Peter Amara was raised in Bo, Sierra Leon and studied at the Government Secondary School. Upon his graduation, he immigrated to the United States in 1993 and joined the U. S. Army as an Enlisted Infantryman and later became a Cannon Crew Member. LTC Amara continued to serve and was invited to attend the Wisconsin Military Academy and became commissioned in 2000 as a Second Lieutenant in the Field Artillery Branch. His 28 years of service have accentuated his calling to lead and inspire others around the world to achieve goals, aspirations, and accolades.
After 28 years of service and counting, LTC Amara serves with demonstrated trust, leadership, and compassion. His greatest education accomplishments include a BA in Political Science, and two MBA degrees in Procurement and Acquisition Management and Business Administration along with a Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration. We salute Peter Amara for his many service awards to include his heart for voluntarism.
Peter has earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Master of Arts in Procurement and Acquisition Management, Master of Business Administration and a Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration. Peter has joined forces with his fellow comrades who share love for a great cup of coffee.
Pete, “The Inspirer” served and deployed with his fellow US Army Retirees, Elliot and Mike. While deployed, Peter shared that they enjoyed cups of coffee as it were their last. They finally brought their dream to fruition to honor veterans, first responders, and military families. Their online concept was born during the pandemic in April 2020 and features delicious Cafes de Brasil. Peter and his partners look forward to giving back to inspire others and to rebuilding communities including Sierra Leon through the success of their brand.
Visit http://www.ChosenJoe.com to discover the fresh roasted tastes of Chosen Joe Coffee, a military-eccentric choice. We salute you LTC Peter Amara and congratulate you for your higher education excellence, compassionate leadership, and spirit of voluntarism. HooAh!