Brad Stevens is a lifetime entrepreneur having built multiple 7 figure businesses in domestic and international markets with distribution in 18 countries. His current companies are BST International and Outsource Access that help companies identify their constraints and transition to automation and delegation with changes in mindset, improved goal development and execution systems, technology tools and leveraging the cost-effective, on-demand global virtual workforce.
For his work with startups to $100 million firms and strategic advisory to civic leaders including Martin Luther King III, he has been featured in Inc Magazine 3 times, the EO Global Innovation Forum, the Wall Street Business Network and was featured on the cover of Small Business Magazine. His is also a recipient of the Top 40 Most Innovative Businesses Award in GA.
Brad is also a global advisor and keynote speaker on agility and adapting for rapid change for CEO peer groups, universities, and business organizations including Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO), Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO), John Maxwell Ambassadors, SCORE, SIOR, Women Presidents’ Organization, International Entrepreneur Summit, Growth Hacking Conference, Life by Design Summit, Vistage, TAB, and the CEO Brain Trust.
Brad is President-Elect of the Atlanta Chapter of the Entrepreneur’s Organization (EO) and serves on the EO East Coast NERVE Committee. He has also served as the Strategic Alliances Partner Board Chair and the Accelerator Chair that he helped grow to EO’s fastest growing program in the world in 2015. He has also served as a board member of Startup Atlanta.
Brad was recently selected to run a Think Tank at the International Entrepreneur Summit at the United Nations in a partnership with EO to help structure execution plans for the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN with specific focus on SDG #8: Economic Growth and Decent Work For All.
Brad attended Harvard University and graduated from the Wharton Business School with concentrations in finance and marketing.
He lives in Atlanta, GA with his daughter Ella, son Brayden and wife Cindy, an inspirational third grade teacher.