Joe Farach is the owner and CEO of The Alternative Board (TAB) Georgia Northeast, encompassing Gainesville, Lawrenceville, Athens, and the surrounding communities.
Joe brings over 30 years’ experience to TAB in P&L , strategy formulation, business development, market expansion, operations improvement and leadership development. He has broad and diverse experience working with both global Fortune 500 companies, and smaller, privately-owned businesses.
His career highlights include starting a manufacturing and service business overseas for a private, family-owned company and taking it from zero to $25 million in three years. He has also led growth in revenues and profits in companies and divisions ranging from $4 million to $300 million in the U.S. and overseas.
Through his firm, Strategic Transformation Group, Joe works with owners and CEOs of private companies to build high-performance leaders and align the management team’s objectives with the company and owner's vision leading to sustainable value creation.
Joe is a Navy Veteran and he holds a B.S. Mechanical Engineering degree from California Polytechnic University, Pomona, and an M.B.A. from Villanova University. He is an active member of the Private Directors Association, Atlanta Chapter’s leadership team.
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