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:: Paula Morgan

Paula Morgan

Founder & President | Twin Rotors Mission

Subconscious Restructuring™ Outcomes

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Paula Morgan is the Founder and President of Twin Rotors Mission, a 501c3 Nonprofit assisting veterans, their families, active duty and first responders. She served in the Army National Guard from 1987-1991, working in the Signal Core as a Mobile Subscriber Equipment (MSE) Operator. She later transitioned to Active Duty Army, earning her Aircraft Crewman Badge as Avionics Mechanic where she performed her duties working on Chinooks, Hueys, Apaches, and Blackhawks from 1991-1995. Her time in service required her to maintain a Secret Security Clearance. Unique assignments afforded her the opportunity to serve 1 year overseas in South Korea. Special skill identifiers included Aircraft Survivability Equipment, Kiowa Warrior, OH-58D Qualified. In 1995 she was Honorably Discharged having earned numerous awards and ribbons to include the Army Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal and the Noncommissioned Officer's Professional Development Ribbon.

She and her husband served on active duty together while stationed in Ft. Hood, TX. During this time, a CH47 Aircraft went down during a phase maintenance flight, killing everyone on board. It was the most gut wrenching experience they endured together. After she was medically retired from service, she continued to serve in the military community, and was recognized for her willingness to serve soldiers with great enthusiasm and cheerfulness. She Initiated communication with other military wives in planning and coordinating efforts such as planning funerals, seasonal parties, and other functions as deemed appropriate based on the community and program agendas. After her husband left service in 1997, their ties with the veteran community were severed. Paula was advised by Human Resources professionals to remove anything related to her time in service from her resume, and applications in order to secure employment outside of the military. She completed a dual Master of Science degree in Human Resources Development and Computer Resources and Information Management. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Programming. She has a minor in Psychology related fields which include Abnormal Psychology, Biological Foundations of Behavior, Fundamentals of Motivation, Developmental Psychology, and Technology and Social Process.

Despite all of these accomplishments she truly longed to be back in the military. Years later, in 2017, she and her husband would learn through the end credits of the movie, 'Lone Survivor,' that a buddy they served together with in South Korea had been killed in 2005 during Operation Red Wings. Following this discovery, she and her husband began exploring how they could reconnect with the veteran community. In doing so, a chest full of locked up memories resurfaced, opening old wounds as a result of trauma. Paula began to volunteer with GallantFew, Inc. in 2019. She has been and continues to be mentored by Karl Monger, the Founder of GallantFew. He is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, licensed as a Professional Counselor Associate, and is supervised by Dr. Summer Allen, LPC-S.

People who know Paula describe her as a creative, motivated, energetic, tenacious, and a trusted confidant. Through her nonprofit, she is passionate about her mission to the veteran and first responder community. As a veteran herself, and a spouse to a veteran, she understands how family dynamics play a critical role in the overall fitness of the family. She is afforded a unique perspective when it comes to the veteran community, families, active-duty military, and relationships. She is especially sensitive to those who once held, or continue to hold security clearances, but were never able to seek mental health care without potential repercussions. Although she didn't see combat, she served during Desert Storm (1990), the Persian Gulf War (1991), and in South Korea (1992). Her traumatic experiences exposed her to witness death, which eventually led to post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, and a loss of purpose in life. This is why one of the focal points of her nonprofit addresses mental health which offer alternatives to traditional mental health services, such as Equine Assisted Psychotherapy. She has been working with other individuals of the military to develop a life coach approach to navigating life's challenges. Subconscious RestructuringTM is a program process which proves to have dramatic results in saving veteran lives. 

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