Awards & Achievements

Personal Awards

Business Venture

Bunker Labs | 2016

UIC Startup | 2016-2017

Street Shares | 2017

Future Founders | 2018

iVenture Accelerators | 2018

Military Awards

Army Commendation Medal (ARCOM) | December 31, 2011

Exceptionally Meritorious Service while serving as the LAN Manager in support of operation enduring Freedom. Specialist Mejia's dedication, hard work and selfless service greatly enhanced the overall success of task force thunder's mission. His actions re in keeping with the finest traditions of military service and reflect great credit upon him, task force thunder, task force patriot brigade, and the United States Army.

Combat Action Badge (CAB) | 1 March, 2011

Awarded for being personally present while being engaged by the enemy (Taliban), and performing satisfactorily in accordance with the prescribed rules of engagement.

Army Good Conduct Medal (AGCM) | January 1, 2011

For exemplary behavior, efficiency, and fidelity in the Active Federal Military Service.

Army Achievement Medal (AAM) - JRTC Rotation | September 13, 2010

For exemplary achievement while participating in Fort Polk's joint readiness training center rotation 10-09. Specialist Mejia's technical expertise and personal stamina enabled him to exceed regardless of the task. SPC Mejia's performance and attention to detail set the highest of standards for soldiers to emulate. His performance reflects great credit upon him, the 5th Battalion, the 25th Field Artillery, the 4th Brigade Combat Team, the 10th Mountain Division, and the United States Army.

Certificate of Achievement - Hero of the Battlefield | August 31, 2010

Exemplary performance while serving as a member of the Brigade Combat team signal community. His determination and work ethic enhanced signal operations at every echelon. His motivation, leadership, and outstanding technical abilities resulted in his selection as a hero of the battlefield by the Joint Readiness Training Center Signal T/M team. His actions are in keeping with the warrior spirit and reflect great credit upon himself, his unit, and the United States Army.