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360° Origins

The 360° Leaders Course is based on the highly successful Soldier 360° Course conceptualized, designed, and developed by Colonel (Retired) Mary Lopez and Brigadier General (Retired) Steven Salazar while on active duty, with the first pilot course offered in March 2010.


As the Commanding General of the Joint Multinational Training Command, BG (Ret) Steven Salazar was the original supporter of the 360° Program in the Grafenwoehr Military Community, ensuring community integration of community resources to support the Program and the support of the military Commanders to maximize the benefits from the Program.


COL (Ret) Mary Lopez has championed the Program throughout the Department of Defense and has managed and delivered over 70 courses as the Program Director and a Lead Instructor.

360° Today

The 360° Program has grown and evolved into a five-day on-site leaders course that is solidly science-based providing intense, comprehensive, multi-faceted hands-on holistic training in all areas of resiliency, health, and wellness and focused on enhancing strength and balance in leaders while providing relevant and essential tools for leaders to manage and respond to Soldier, Marine, Airmen, and Guardsmen issues and challenges. 

OUR mission

The Mission of Three Sixty, Inc is to restore, reinforce, and enhance

resiliency, health, and wellness in the military, veteran, and community leaders and families, setting them up for success as valued leaders in their units, work, schools, and communities.

our focus & guiding values

Three Sixty, Inc was founded on the concept of community service, the recognition of the sacrifices made by military members and their families to protect our country, and our shared social responsibility to care for our communities, families, and ourselves. We share the military core values of integrity, selfless service, honor, courage, loyalty, respect, commitment, and duty.

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