Doug Pitt is a philanthropist, a business owner, and a family man. He's heavily involved in many pursuits, such as providing basic needs to people across the globe as well as in the heartland of America Doug is the Goodwill Ambassador for the United Republic of Tanzania and is the founder of Care To Learn, a USA based domestic charity that funds emergent health, hunger and hygiene needs for children. Since its inception, Care To Learn has expanded to 19 school districts and funded over 500,000 child requests to children in Missouri. His business career started with him founding ServiceWorld Computer Center in April 1991 which merged with TSI Global in July 2013. A large capacity of his work is in East Africa doing water projects as a Board Member of WorldServe International. Doug even uses his spare time to raise money for clean water as well. In January of 2011, Doug led a climb up Mount Kilimanjaro and then became the first American on record to descend Mount Kilimanjaro on a mountain bike. The event raised $750,000 for clean water projects in Tanzania. Doug Pitt was born in St. Louis, Missouri; the son of Bill & Jane Pitt. He has a brother, Brad Pitt (3 years older) and a sister, Julie (Pitt) Neal (2 years younger). All three Pitt kids have projects in Africa, although unrelated. The family grew up in Springfield, Missouri where Doug resides today, To contact or learn more about Doug, just go to www.dougpitt.org. Doug is married to his wife Lisa of 24 years. They have three teenage children – son Landon (20), daughter Sydney (19) & daughter Reagan (18).