Bryan Baldwin has been CEO of an independent record company, publishing company, and produced and engineered RIAA Certified Gold and Platinum Albums. Bryan has led sales teams, consulted Fortune 500 companies, and has a passion for growing people. In his corporate experience consulting Fortune 500 companies, he focused on the areas of talent management, organizational development, change management, HR, and learning.
Bryan helped develop a technology team creating innovative learning technology solutions in the Fortune 100. Additionally, he developed the Psychology of Strategic Sales concentration for Excelsior College.
Bryan holds a Doctorate in Business Administration and is a founding member of Leaders Excellence at Harvard Square. He has been inducted into the prestigious Delta Mu Delta Honor Society for Business Administration. Bryan was proclaimed Outstanding Georgia Citizen by the Georgia Secretary of State for his business and civic contributions to the state of Georgia.
Ludacris (numerous; including Red Light District and Release Therapy albums), Disturbin Tha Peace, Def Jam, Sonic Geometry, Metamorphic Process, T-Mo Goodie (Goodie Mobb), Big Gipp, Killer Mike, Rehab, Young Joc, Organized Noize, Da Connect, Sleepy Brown, Kenny Hawkins (Rick James), Ty James, Miraculous, Phife Dog (Tribe Called Quest), DJ Rasta Root, Ridem Kidz Crew, ESK Kru, Dave Chappell, Too Short, Shorty B, Outlawz, Digital underground (Schmoovy), Big Daddy Kane, Lil John, R-Kelly, Gerry Mancuso, ASCAP, Nelly Fertado, Nivea, Now (Various Artists), Scenic Rhythm Foundation, Queens of Comedy, HBO, Trick Daddy, Meli'sa Morgan, American Idol, Country Preacher, Walking Wounded, Emory University Dance Co, MTV - Best Rap Video, multiple RIAA Certified Gold and Platinum Albums, Multiple Billboard Top 10 Charts, Grammy nomination (best rap song), Grammy Award Best Rap Album (2006)