Brad Lomenick

Brad Lomenick is a strategic advisor, coach, and leadership consultant specializing in influence, innovation, generational issues, creativity and business strategy. He is a sought-after speaker at conferences, churches and colleges as well as author of The Catalyst Leader (Thomas Nelson, 2013) and his newest book H3 Leadership: Be Humble, Stay Hungry, Always Hustle (HCCP, 2015). For more than a decade, he served as lead visionary and president of Catalyst, one of America’s largest movements of young leaders. Under his watch, Catalyst convened hundreds of thousands of influencers and change makers through high energy and experiential leadership conferences across the United States.

Prior to running Catalyst, Brad worked with legendary leadership author John Maxwell, and before that, spent five years involved in the growth of the nationally acclaimed Life@Work Magazine and was a management consultant with Cornerstone Group where he worked with a variety of companies, organizations and non-profit enterprises. Just after college, he served as foreman for Lost Valley Ranch, a four-diamond working guest ranch in the mountains of Colorado.

He has had the privilege of interviewing and interacting with dozens of the world’s leading thinkers- including notables such as Malcolm Gladwell, Jim Collins, Seth Godin, Marcus Buckingham, Bob Goff, Jack Dorsey, Simon Sinek, Patrick Lencioni, Mark Burnett, Tony Dungy, Dave Ramsey, Rick Warren, Andy Stanley, Bill Hybels, Henry Cloud, Nancy Duarte, Brene Brown, and more. Brad blogs about leadership and more at bradlomenick.com, and has been featured in notable outlets such as TIME, Atlanta Journal Constitution, Fast Company, CNN and Washington Post.

Brad serves on the advisory boards for Plywood People, the A21 Campaign, Red Eye Inc., Values Partnerships, Alpha, No Losing, Fuller Youth Institute, and Praxis. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma and currently resides outside of Atlanta, GA.



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