Board of Directors

Wade Mull

The founder of The Sugar Cookies organization and served as a Navy Deep Sea Diver at Naval Special Warfare Group 1 from 2003-2008.

Before attending dive school Wade attended the Hull Technician A-School, Engineering Common Core and was a “Mud Pup” at the Naval Experimental Diving Unit. After his military service, he achieved his dream of being a full-time touring rock musician for 7 years. He also holds an undergrad in business management and an M.B.A. in entrepreneurship and global business from Pepperdine University. Currently, he is a partner in JourneyXP, a cutting-edge enterprise software company based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Wade Mull started the group 3 years ago with the hopes of giving back to the special operations community and reducing the massive tax burden created when candidates fail or quit these programs. Along the way, he realized that physical fitness wasn’t the only thing future candidates needed. This led Wade to start the meditation and mentoring side of the Sugar Cookies as a way of trying to make sure that candidates were mentally ready, not just physically ready.

 

Steve Mulholland

A retired command master chief diver who served in the Navy for over 30 years. Steve served at Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit Two, SIMA Norfolk as LPO and Diving Supervisor of Alpha Detachment, as an instructor at Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center, Department Head for Diving System Support Detachment at DSU, department head for Naval Special Warfare Group 1, and the first command master chief at the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Expeditionary Support Unit 1. He graduated as honor man from first and second class dive school and was awarded a Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Four Navy Commendations, a Navy Achievement Medal and various unit decorations.

 

 

Mark MacDonald

A former Navy SEAL with 13 years of active duty under his belt. Mark completed multiple deployments with SEAL Team 8, SEAL Team 4 and Naval Special Warfare Group 2. During his time at Group 2, he was the lead communications instructor and was responsible for creating the SEAL sniper communications course.