David C. Jory
President & Founder, Capitol Hill Consulting Group.
David managed Dan at Capitol Hill Consulting Group, Washington, D.C.
Of late, Dan has worked for my firm in the government relations arena. While here, he has handled a variety of tasks, including attending lobbying meetings on Capitol Hill advocating to extend the research and development tax credit and attended seminars on subjects as diverse as the Affordable Care Act and the outcome of this fall’s mid-term elections. His reporting on complicated subjects has been uniformly clear, understandable, and, something even more unique today, presented with good grammar and spelling. He also has the ability to use social media and technology to best advantage, not as a novelty, but as important communications tools.
Dan is first to work in the morning and leads by example, always a good model for younger staff to follow. I recommend him highly and would be happy to speak to any possible employers about his qualities.
Community Impact Manager at St. John United Way
John managed Dan at Shawnee Trails Council, Boy Scouts of America
3rd Grade Teacher, DC Scholars: Stanton Elementary School
Sheryl was with another company when working with Dan at National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
Attorney at Law Office of Amy Long Schisler
Amy reported to Dan at WTNR AM / FM Radio Station
Scout Executive/CEO at Baltimore Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
Brian managed Dan indirectly at National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
Kevin reported to Dan at National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
Mardia reported to Dan at National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
Dan Mullin served as my direct supervisor during my tenure at the BSA. Dan is a tremendously motivating and resourceful leader. He constantly challenged our team to meet and exceed goals by encouraging creative thinking and providing strategic ideas to tackle problems. Dan is a fair and positive leader and will be an asset to any organization.
His coaching and leadership allowed me to better understand community development and cultivate the skills necessary to become an outstanding fundraising professional.Because of Dan’s demonstrated commitment to wholesome youth programs for our local communities, such as the Boys and Girls Clubs.
I have become more philanthropic in my personal endeavors as I personally support the program through the annual Pierre Garçon (of the Washington Redskins) fundraising event party for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington.
Scout Executive at Crossroads of America Council
Patrick managed Dan directly at National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
President at International Tax and Investment Center
Daniel A. was with another company when working with Dan at National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America.
It is with great pleasure to serve as a reference for Dan Mullin whom I have known and work with for the past 8 years. I worked closely with Dan when he was the District Executive of the Boy Scouts of America in Washington, DC. I served with him as the Chairman of the District. Dan is a first class professional. I know of few people with his dedication, loyalty and honesty. He is an Eagle Scout and each day he personifies this. He is hard working, goal oriented, and a leader.
His job with the BSA required a unique skill set as he interacted in the poorest parts of Washington, DC and also the K Street corridor with business leaders and Capitol Hill with members of Congress. Dan was able to successfully interact with all groups and deliver results. I’ve seen few people who can blend the skills of a social worker, community organizer, fundraisers, a role model to young men as Dan.
Without any reservation I give Dan the highest recommendation and would be happy to further discuss Dan’s abilities and how he may contribution to your organization. Please feel free to contact me if you need more information or have questions.
Community Outreach Coordinator at Metropolitan Police Department
Julia was with another company when working with Dan at National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
Assistant Scout Executive/COO at East Texas Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
Daniel worked with Dan at National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
I had the pleasure of serving as a peer with Dan at the National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America from 2008-2013. We worked collaboratively on a number of projects, including some innovative new ideas for fundraising, new and engaging programs that promoted both institutional identity and youth fitness, and operational efficiencies.
Dan’s sense of mission and commitment to success made him an ideal teammate. He was also tremendously supporting of initiative I led and acted admirably as leader on his own projects. He has an innate ability to promote an inclusive atmosphere that reaches all races, classes, experience levels and interests. Now in hindsight of our cooperative projects, I realize that Dan made an outstanding impact on my leadership development as well as shaping my vision on candidate profiles. Whether engaging in board-level fundraising or grassroots operations, Dan Mullin is committed to building stronger communities through a stronger business.
Randolph Modlin COL, MC, USA, retired
Cardiologist at The Greenbrier Clinic, White Sulpher Springs, West Virginia
Randolph reported to Dan at Goshen Scout Camps, National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
Cheryl MacLeod Noveh McClure
Former program director, K Bar B Youth Ranch, Broadway, Inc., Lacombe, Louisiana
Cheryl worked with Dan at K Bar B Youth Ranch, Lacombe, Louisiana
Director of Community Relations at YMCA of Metropolitan Washington
Donnie L. was with another company when working with Dan at National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America
Retired Home Depot Vice President-Store Operations, Mid South
Larry managed Dan directly at The Home Depot, Gretna, Louisiana
I’ve had the pleasure of working with Dan Mullin at Home Depot. Dan was the Dept. Mgr. of the Hardware Dept. Dan’s duties were to hire and train employees, give product knowledge classes to employees and customers, check for inventory outs and order inventory.
First and foremost task for Dan and his employees was CUSTOMER SERVICE. DROP EVERYTHING THEY WERE DOING AND TAKE CARE OF THE CUSTOMER. Lots of companies have forgotten about Customer Service. That’s why Home Depot has been so successful. Dan with his leadership skills would be an asset for any company.
Strategic Business Development at Secor Group
Monica was with another company when working with Dan at National Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America