Douglas E. Woolley
graduated from University of South Florida in 1989 with a B.S. Engineering
degree in Computer Science. Upon graduation, Doug worked as a part of the
Management Association Program at NCNB (now known as Bank of America).
Currently he works as a systems engineer for Verizon (formerly GTE) and has
traveled often to Portugal and to Venezuela to install and implement a new
computer software system that produces phone bills for these countries.
Working evenings, his current responsibilities include overseeing and
monitoring many of Verizon’s mainframe computer software systems and
troubleshooting any problems.
As a senior in high school,
Doug was ranked #1 in Florida in both mathematics and computer science, was
team captain of the top computer-programming team in Florida, and placed 3rd
in (individual) mathematics and 5th in (team)
computer-programming at the national championships for Mu Alpha Theta. The
Westinghouse Talent Search named him as one of the top 300 high school
scientists in America for his computer program that graphically solves the
Rubik’s Cube and other mathematical puzzles. By the age of 20, Doug began
receiving royalties for providing computer-programming illustrations for two
university textbooks on computers, and later he authored an
computer-programming book. Additionally, he is a member of
As a committed Christian,
Doug has a passion for studying and teaching the Bible. He has led weekly
Bible studies for years with interested college students, church members,
co-workers, and ministry interns. He also graduated with a B.S. in
Interdisciplinary Studies (concentration in Bible/Theology) at North Central
University, Summa Cum Laude. He is now finishing a Masters degree in
Bible/Theology at Southwestern A/G University. Serving in his local church,
Victorious Life Church, Doug has taught Sunday School for the New Believers
class and the Singles class. Further, Doug has taught college level Bible
courses through One Accord School of Ministry (including Acts, New Testament
Survey, Biblical Interpretation, and Apologetics). Currently, he is teaching
“Berean” Bible courses through Generate School of Ministry.
His latest book is entitled The Value of
Work in the Eyes of God.
Doug has served in
leadership positions in the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship
International (FGBMFI) since 1991, and he has performed missionary work in
multiple countries. He currently serves as a National Director for FGBMFI.
Doug resides in Tampa,
Florida with his wife Marsha, son Isaac, and recently adopted son Dimitri
(from Kazakhstan). Marsha Woolley serves as Director of Women’s Ministries
for the Assemblies of God in the Peninsular Florida District, serving 350
churches. More information on Doug and Marsha can be seen on their personal
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