Doug Dillon graduated with a B.A. from California State University Long Beach with emphasis on Athletic Training in 1987. He completed his B.S. in Physical Therapy from Langston University in Oklahoma with honors in 1989. Doug was the first athletic trainer for Langston University. After graduation he worked as an outpatient therapist and was invited to and worked for the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. In 1992 he joined Great Seminars as seminar coordinator/ lab assistant and mentored under Dr. Carole Lewis. He has coauthored multiple articles with her. Doug has had an extensive background in geriatrics and has been Regional Manager in northern California for 11 skilled nursing facilities. He has been a supervisor for an inpatient acute hospital rehabilitation department, a director for skilled nursing facilities and an instructor in Kinesiology for DeAnza College’s Physical Therapy Assistant program. In 1999 he was inducted into Who’s Who International and in 2004 he received his Geriatric Training Certification.