Rick Freeman, Founder.  Rick has been providing marketing, training and technology solutions for over 25 years. His vision has been to help organizations improve their profitability and overall organizational effectiveness through professional development that bridges the gap between “Just-in time skill needs and life long learning”. He was one of the creators of three unique partner training channels that include his positions as Vice President of Business Development at Babbage Simmel Education Affiliate Channel, Corporate Services Director for Ashland University Professional Development Network (AUPDN) and Chief Business Development Officer at Boston University’s Education Affiliate Network originally known as “Training Track” Before launching RG Freeman Group, Rick developed training partners in over 30 metro regions for Babbage Simmel and as the Chief Business Development Officer of the Boston University enterprise he had a network of Affiliates in over 40 Metro regions. Before starting Boston University’s Partner Channel, he was the Director of the Training Consultant Group at the Boston University Corporate Education Center. In 1999 Rick received a special recognition award from Microsoft Corporation for his contribution to “Worldwide Excellence in Training.” Before joining Boston University in 1992, he was a Vice President of Sales and Marketing for seven years in the film and video production industry. Rick helped conceptualize and deliver over 100 successful corporate film and video projects on new technology products. While working at Rampion Visual Productions, he established the company as a “Preferred Vendor” for many corporations, including Computervision, Hewlett Packard and Boston Scientific. Rampion has won over 20 national and international awards, including best audio/visual presentation at Comdex and the internationally prestigious “Communicator’s Award”.

Rick has been a speaker at many conferences, and on radio and television. He is often quoted in trade publications, including Computerworld and Chief Learning Officer (CLO) Magazine.