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Brad Webb


Brad Webb, originally from Southeastern Michigan, is a veteran and a dedicated public servant with a diverse professional background. After graduating from Marysville High School, Brad enlisted in the U.S. Army, where his service took him to Germany, the Gulf War, and Fort Hood. Following his military career, Brad moved to Austin, Texas, where he delved into various fields, including manufacturing, carpentry, arborism, and systems administration. In 2000, he pursued further education, earning a degree in Computer Science from the University of Texas.

The events of 9/11 prompted Brad to consider re-enlisting, but he sought a different avenue to continue his life of service. This path became clear when he joined the fire department in 2004, a role that resonated with his desire to serve the community, albeit in a new capacity.

Brad's journey has been marked by challenges, notably his long-standing struggle with alcohol, a habit that started in his youth and intensified during the COVID-19 pandemic. It was during this period that Brad was introduced to the work of Heroic Path to Light by a friend. Initially skeptical, Brad's experience with psychedelic therapies under the organization's guidance proved to be a turning point, unveiling a new perspective of hope and positivity within himself.


Today, Brad is a dedicated advocate for Heroic Path to Light, driven by his transformative experience. He is committed to supporting others who face similar struggles, helping them find their path to healing and self-discovery.

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