Doug Stringer is the Founder and President of Somebody Cares America and Somebody Cares International, a global network of chapters, centers, affiliate and partner churches and organizations working together to bring hope and healing to their communities through Prayer initiatives, Compassion outreaches and Cooperative efforts.
Doug has served or currently serves on local, national and international boards. He has served on the Board of The One Star Foundation, appointed by the Governor of Texas. He is the Co-Founder of The Global Compassion Network, serves on the International Advisory Board of The Geneva Institute for Leadership and Public Policy, has served on the national facilitation committee for Mission America, the board of The Sentinel Group (Transformation Documentaries), and others. He has served on panels, including a forum hosted by the Heritage Foundation in Washington D.C., as well as being listed as a Policy Expert by the Heritage Foundation.
Doug is a Licensed Clinical Pastoral Counselor. He has received honorary and earned degrees from various Colleges, including a PhD in Leadership and Human Development; a Doctorate of Humane Letters from Logos Graduate School; a DMin from New Covenant International University, an honorary Doctorate of Divinity from Cornerstone University, as well as a Pastoral Certificate in Practical Ministry from Regent University.