Bob Beaudine, President & CEO

Bob Beaudine, CEO of Eastman & Beaudine, manages the nation’s leading executive search firm in sports and entertainment. Bob has helped shape the leadership teams of some of the world’s most innovative and dynamic businesses- NBA, Major League Baseball, Hockey, Tennis, Rodeo, PGATour, Arena Football, US Olympics, NASCAR, Horse Racing, and Ultimate Fighting Championships. He has interviewed & coached Senators, Governors, Generals, CEO’s, University Presidents, Top Athletic Coaches and Studio Presidents. He even interviewed President George W. Bush and General Colin Powell when he was handling the search for the Commissioner of Baseball. Bob just recruited Patrick McEnroe (Recent World Champion-Davis Cup Coach) to run Elite Player Development for US Tennis.

Sports Illustrated recently named Beaudine the:
“Top Front Office Matchmaker in Sports.”

Bob also works with major college athletic programs having placed 33 Athletic Directors at major universities across the country as well as 25 Head Coaches in Football and Basketball.

The Wall Street Journal named Bob’s firm the:
“Top Executive Recruiting Firm in College Sports.”

Bob’s leadership also extends into the local community. He recently served as Chairman of the “Doak Walker National Running Back Award”. He is on the Board of SMU’s Cox School of Business. He is a graduate (1977) of Southern Methodist University with a bachelor of business administration degree. He & his wife Cheryl just celebrated their 25th Wedding Anniversary and have three fabulous daughters 23, 22, & 18.

Bob Beaudine is a dynamic, engaging speaker who vibrantly speaks on a multitude of topics centered around his new book, “The Power of “WHO”. The Power of WHO is a grass roots movement that’s catching fire all across the nation transforming the way people think about “Networking”

Bob’s first book, The Power of WHO: You Already Know Everyone You Need to Know, will be published by Center Street in January, 2009.

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