In 2011, Chelsea Treboniak found herself staring down a long and unpaved road.
She had recently moved to Twinsburg, Ohio, after her husband, Chad, a United States Army Veteran, received a new duty station. She was restarting in a new town with new people in a new state. Again. But she’d been in those boots before as a West Point graduate and a U.S. Army veteran herself.
Critical Ops launched in 2012 as a two-person operation with rapid expansion in highly regulated industries. Chelsea decided early that she wanted Critical Ops to be all-remote, so families like hers, who were moving roughly every three years, didn’t have to interrupt their employment. Brick and mortar locations and geography didn’t stand as obstacles to overcome.