Randy Hain, managing partner of Atlanta-based Bell Oaks Executive Search firm, co-founder of the Atlanta Catholic Business Conference, leader of the Atlanta-based St. Peter Chanel Business Association and a prolific columnist for the Catholic Business Journal, will be the featured guest on the live, call-in radio show, The Catholic Business Hour, on Saturday, November 7, 2009. Host Dick Lyles will interview Mr. Hain regarding Priorities and a Life Filled with Meaning
The Catholic Business Hour with host Dick Lyles is a live, call-in radio show focusing on careers and business with a Catholic perspective and airs every Saturday morning, from 11-Noon ET (8-9AM PT), on the EWTN Global Catholic Network, which includes 130 AM/FM radio stations nationwide and Sirius Radio Channel 160. To find a radio station in your area, or to hear it live online, go to www.EWTN.com.
About Randy Hain: As the Managing Partner and a shareholder of Bell Oaks Executive Search, Mr. Hain has an established track record of leading successful searches and building teams in a broad diversity of industries and functional specializations. As a member of the Senior Leadership Team at Bell Oaks, Mr. Hain has played the lead role in hiring, training and developing of one of the most successful Search Consultant teams in Atlanta.
Mr. Hain’s clients range from venture backed technology companies to established, multi-billion dollar corporations. With a strong specialization in helping his clients fill critical needs at all levels of their organizations, Mr. Hain’s recruitment consulting focus includes searches for C-Level leadership, Vice Presidents, Directors, Managers and specialized individual contributors.
Mr. Hain has developed a stellar reputation in the Atlanta executive recruitment industry for integrity, thought leadership, successful execution, innovative talent strategy and passion for what he calls his “true calling”. He is a board member of the Atlanta Union Mission, a non-profit serving the needs of our homeless, jobless and abused citizens. Mr. Hain is also a current board member of TROVE, a national consulting and executive leadership coaching firm and is also an advisory board member of ETHIKOS, a national consulting firm that coaches the Fortune 1000 on business ethics. He is a current board member of the Aquinas Center of Theology at Emory University, which provides a Catholic scholarly presence, ecumenical in spirit, for the benefit of Emory University, the Archdiocese and the region.
Active in the Atlanta community, Mr. Hain is particularly passionate about Autism awareness and helping special-needs children and has raised money for this cause through his involvement in the Autism Speaks Walk. He is an active member of St. Peter Chanel Parish in Roswell and leads the St. Peter Chanel Business Association and St. Peter Chanel Jobs ministries. He is one of the organizers of the 1st Atlanta Catholic Business Conference and is the founder of the Atlanta Chapter of the Woodstock Business Conference. He is a frequent speaker and panelist on a variety of topics related to business and faith in the Atlanta area.
Mr. Hain is a published writer with numerous articles appearing in SHRM, Executive Recruiter News, PR Strategist Magazine, Search-Consult Magazine, Mom Corps E-newsletter, The Fordyce Letter, Zoom Info’s E-newsletter, Creative Growth Group’s E-newsletter, The Catholic Business Journal and Catholic Exchange. He is a contributing writer for the Catholic Business Journal under the Thoughtful Leadership column. He lives in Roswell with his wife and their two sons.