Chuck Presbury is the Founder and President. He has over 30 years of executive experience in senior human resource operations, management/leadership development and strategic change  in variety of industries and firms including SCM, Preferred Health Care,NBC, Pitney Bowes, and the McGraw-Hill Companies ( which included Standard and Poors, Business Week, Aviation Week, Constuction publications, TV stations and McGraw-Hill Education Group).  He has been responsible developing key leaders needed to drive transformation and growth in these organizations. Chuck is also an Adjunct Professor at the Jack Welch School of Business and Technology at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut where he teaches leadership and other subjects in the MBA program.

Chuck sits on the advisory boards of Executive Development Associates, a consulting firm and thought leader in the area of executive talent development,  The Greater Norwalk Chamber of  Commerce and The Council for Non-Profit Excellence which is  an arm of the Fairfield County Community Fund.  Chuck is a former Co-Executive Director of the Talent and Leadership Development Network run by Executive Networks, one of the largest organizers of communities of practice among HR practitioners.

Chuck received his bachelors degree from Holy Cross College,  his masters degree from Columbia University and an ICF certified coach. He is a member of numerous professional groups including Intenational Coaching Federation, ATD, SHRM, the National and New York Human Resource Planning Societies.

He has a variety of personal interests.  He is a life member of  Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, a fraternal service organization that supports civic advocacy, education, youth and family development in underserved communities.  Alpha Phi Alpha counts Dr. Martin Luther King, Thurgood Marshall, Andrew Young, Paul Robeson, Jesse Owens, Duke Ellington and David Dinkins and many other pivotal leaders as its members.  In addition, he is a member of 100 Black Men of Stamford, Columbia University Business Alumni Network and the College of the Holy Cross Alumni Network.  He has volunteered  as an executive coach for the Save the Children, A Better Chance of Westport among many other organizations.

Chuck is an avid tennis player, golfer and ballroom dancer. He enjoys travel as well as all types, cuisines and music.  He channeled his interest in music,the arts and business into an innovative,immersive teambuilding, creativity and leadership experience called the