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Floyd McLendon Jr.

Board Member

Parker University



Floyd McLendon Jr. holds the Director of Institutional Advancement role at Parker University, an institution committed to offering diverse delivery formats and learning environments that foster a culture of lifelong learning, research, and compassionate service. Also, Floyd serves as the dedicated ambassador for the INVICTA Project program. This program aims to provide comprehensive, neurological, physiological, and integrative medicine treatments to military veterans and first responders impacted by traumatic brain injuries. 

Before becoming part of the Parker Performance Institute team, Floyd proudly served in the United States Navy for 25 years and retired with the esteemed title of U.S. Navy SEAL. Floyd served on five separate deployments across five continents, establishing a presence in 24 countries. During his tenure in senior leadership roles within the SEAL Teams, he also became a prominent national speaker for the Naval Special Warfare Community. He traversed the country, imparting knowledge about the various facets of Naval Special Warfare to high schools, colleges, and community centers while divulging the mental toughness strategies to ensure mission success.

In 2017, after retiring from the military, Floyd established his residence in the great state of Texas. He is actively engaged in the federal and state political arenas, strongly emphasizing initiatives to support military veterans. Floyd is a city councilman for McLendon-Chisholm, TX. His expertise lies in creating, implementing, and assessing programs that ignite positive transformations in individuals seeking professional and personal growth. Additionally, Floyd is widely respected as a professional speaker and published author that form the bedrock of his ongoing commitment to serving humanity.

Floyd's recreational interests revolve around participating in yearly events involving extensive ruck runs and swims. In 2018, he had the privilege of swimming several miles in the English Channel and completing a ruck march from Omaha Beach to the city of Saint Lo, commemorating the sacrifices of our fallen comrades during World War II, specifically the events of D-Day and the Normandy Invasion.

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