Matt Hanna is a 20 year veteran of the United States Border Patrol. He has served on both the Southern border and the Northern border of the United States. He is currently serving at Border Patrol Headquarters in Washington D.C. During his assignment to headquarters, he was detailed to the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee where he was instrumental in the drafting of the Families of Fallen Heroes Act which authorized federal agencies to pay for the moving expenses of immediate family members for federal law enforcement agents and officers who died in the line of duty. The bill became law in 2010. Matt has three children and currently lives with his wife Mandy in Virginia.
Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, John joined the Border Patrol in 1997. Over the last 21 years he has been stationed on the Southern border, the Coastal border & is currently stationed on the Northern border as a Supervisory Border Patrol Agent in the Pacific Northwest.