Doug Mullins is the father of two adults, facilitator, business owner and servant. Born in 1955 at Kessler Air Force Base in Biloxi MS. He spent his first fifteen years as a military dependent living in Japan, Germany and across the United States. Graduated from High School in Baton Rouge, LA in 1973, and joined the Air Force that same year. Spent his Air Force career at Carswell AFB in Fort Worth, TX. Attended Tarrant Junior College and worked for Motorola as an analyst supporting factory processes for two way radio production. After spending time as a liaison for engineering and manufacturing, finished Motorola career as a Field Service Engineer in Michigan and Colorado. After moving to Colorado, quit drinking alcohol started a computer service business. Sold business and moved to Austin in 1995. Worked for Department of Public Safety as a systems administrator for the Administrative License Revocation program. Volunteered with Austin Center for Attitudinal Healing, received extensive training as a grief and loss facilitator. Served as Executive Director of the Center from 1997 through 2001. Received training and certification as a non-profit executive from UT in 1998 and completed Servant Leadership training in 2000 from the Institute for Attitudinal Studies in Alexandria, VA. Expanded school based program “Good Grief”, to serve19 schools. Served as a facilitator for families with life threatening illnesses from 1996 through 2000 for the ACAH. From 1997 through 2004, served as a Regional Steward for the Network for Attitudinal Healing International, and served on Board of Directors for Visions for Prisons. Started Truly Helpful Enterprises offering computer services in 2004. Began concierge service Truly Helpful Emissaries in 2004 serving in Spicewood. Continue to serve as a facilitator for families and individuals facing life challenges. Lead workshops and groups for A Course in Miracles, Attitudinal Healing and Active Listening principles. Lives life in gratitude.