Eugene J. Wallace has served as a trusted adviser for business leaders since 1998. He has integrated his experience as a successful business owner, and his understanding of excellent leaders and organizational dynamics, to help thousands of business leaders strategically navigate to and through the success and succession of their businesses.
Eugene’s success in advising, coaching, and mentoring leaders around the world has earned him the trusted place of a ‘Strategic Advantage’. He has relied upon an abundance mindset, making lemonade out of lemons. He brings his business savvy, strategic mindset and passion for excellence through business to partnering with clients as they grow their organizations.
Eugene has B.A.s in Psychology and Theology, and three Masters degrees. He serves/has served on the: Board of Directors for the International Succession Planning Association; Board of Advisors for the Austin Family Business Program; part of the Oregon State College of Business Dean’s Council on Excellence; Board of Trustees for the International Theological Institute; and has served as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees with the Columbia-Willamette YMCA. He is a Certified Succession Planner, a Certified Family Business Specialist and a Certified Management Consultant.
He and his wife of 35 years, Angela, have five grown children and three sprouting grandchildren.
What his clients are saying of him:
“Eugene really helped us save our business. We moved from challenging family dynamics and struggling to manage growth that threatened to pull us apart to a dynamic and successful company with growing pains”
“We have worked with consultants who were ‘experts’, yet Eugene, as an experienced business leader and adviser, helped us discover and pursue our goals and to achieve the transformation that we had wanted for a long time.”
“I have been continually amazed at his powers of observation and ability to help my family and I understand what we want, where we really are and how we can move the family and business ahead in achieving our goals.”