Sean Cohmer was born in St. Petersburg, Florida and raised in a rural town in southwest Ohio called Wilmington. At a young age, he became interested in Science and Technology, especially computers and artificial intelligence. During his high-school years, Sean became proficient in several programming, scripting, and markup languages with the intention to attend college for Computer Science. Coming from a poor background, Sean was forced to find an alternate route to pay for college. After high school, he enlisted in the United States Army as a Signal Corps paratrooper where he learned how to build, install, and maintain computer and telephone networks. He served eight years, finally becoming as Staff Sergeant and Presidential Console Controller while serving at the White House Communications Agency in Washington, DC. After the Army, Sean pursued an undergraduate degree in Biology at Arizona State University. It was there that he became interested in history and philosophy of science, technology, and medicine and for several years pursued a PhD in it. In 2019, Sean left the PhD program in History and Philosophy of Science at Arizona State University to pursue a full time role as a Career Tech instructor in Information Technology at Live Oaks in Milford, Ohio.