Fighting For You
Sean Seibert started his military career at the age of 19 by enlisting as a private in the Army. He spent several years enlisted before receiving a commission as a Second Lieutenant in 1987 while attending the University of Texas at Arlington.
Over his career he has led our nation’s greatest resources, its sons and daughters, in numerous deployments (to include Guatemala, Bosnia, Persian Gulf, and Afghanistan). In 2009 Sean was selected to join the 82d Airborne Division General Staff on their deployment to Afghanistan. Starting off as the lead planner for the Afghan National Police, whose stalwart performance was rated as immeasurable. The Commanding General selected Sean as his number one choice to lead the efforts at the key strategic board crossing in the Khyber Pass (where 80% of all NATO resources entered Afghanistan from Pakistan).
In this role Sean increased revenue by 203 Million Dollars, while improving commercial throughput from 17,000 to 22,000 per month. While leading the NATO effort on the border he facilitated regular discussions between the Afghan and Pakistani Government Officials.
Sean’s approach to the local Afghan community was one of constituents, where he regularly listened to their issues and negotiated with the Afghan Government and NATO to obtain what the people of the area needed and wanted. These efforts lead to job creation and economic growth in the area.
Raised in Texas, Sean is the eldest son of an immigrant mother (who became a U.S. Citizen in 1967) who instilled a multi-cultural view of the world and gave him the encouragement and confidence to be the first in the family to go to college obtaining a BA in Criminal Justice and furthering his education with a Masters in Organizational Management.
Sean Seibert is a fiscal conservative who believes in debt reduction and has a philosophy of pay as you go.
Honors and Awards:
- Meritorious Unit Commendation
- Superior Unit Award (2nd Oak Leaf)
- Bronze Star Medal
- Defense Meritorious Service Medal
- Meritorious Service Medal (1st Oak Leaf)
- Joint Commendation Medal
- Army Commendation Medal (4th Oak Leaf)
- Army Achievement Medal (5th Oak Leaf)
- Army Reserves Commendation Medal (4th Oak Leaf)
- National Defense Service Medal (2nd)
- Armed Forces Service Medal
- Southwest Asia Service Medal (2 Service Stars)
- Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
- Armed Forces Reserve Medal (w/ hourglass & 4 & M)
- NATO medal
- Afghan Campaign Medal with two service stars
- Army Service Ribbon
- Overseas Ribbon
- Army Reserves Overseas Training Ribbon (3)
- Kuwait Liberation Medal (Saudi Arabia)
- Kuwait Liberation Medal (Kuwait)
- Army Lapel Button
Let’s bring Sean Seibert’s leadership to Washington to champion our issues in District 18.