In April of 2002, Brad set in motion the many steps that, over time, have led to what is today's Prosper Mullins Private Wealth Management. After years working at Smith Barney, Brad decided there had to be more to being an Investment Consultant than the wire-house had to offer. He found the missing piece in becoming “independent”. Along with his wife, Michelle, and their three daughters (Madeline, Audrey, and Mollie), they have journeyed down this path together. It is that feeling of family that helps set Prosper Mullings apart.
Besides “being glued to the stock market”, Brad enjoys golfing, coaching the HSAA girl's JV soccer team, cooking (and eating), hard cider, and playing video games with his kids. He and Michelle call Dallas their home and if you know Brad, he is Texan to the core! Brad is active both in his community as well as in men’s ministry. He recently stepped out of the post of Chairman of Bethlehem Place after three years of service. Bethlehem Place is a food pantry serving north Collin County, providing nutritional and hygienic services to those in need. He co-founded “Band of Brothers”, a men’s ministry dedicated to helping men of all ages to become better husbands, better fathers, and -most importantly- better Christians. In 2012 Brad created “Hot Rods and Hot Dogs”, a classic car show to help bring awareness to those being served at Bethlehem Place. It recently hosted its 4th Annual event and continues to grow every year.
Things you might want to know about Brad:
Favorite College Football Team: Texas Longhorns
Favorite Pro Football Team: Dallas Cowboys
Favorite US Soccer Team: FC Dallas
Favorite non-US Soccer Team: Arsenal – England
Favorite Baseball Team: Chicago Cubs – the cubbies!!!
All Time Hero: Ronald Reagan
Pets: 2 dogs (Dixie & Bleu) but he also claims his oldest daughter's cat (Severus) and dog (Hera)