“Pandemic Pivot Principles for Sustainability, Legacy and Longevity”
Drew Stevens works with founders and senior leaders of middle-market organizations that struggle and transforms them into thriving businesses. Drew Stevens has over 30 years of investment banking, private equity and merger, and acquisition experience. He works to affect change, propagate growth, and transition the business. Mr. Stevens’s private equity and capital lending expertise has led to assisting organizations in achieving over $11B during his 37-year tenure. Mr. Stevens has five lines of business – consulting and advisory, capital lending, keynote presenting, investments while also the author of 14 books and over 3500 business articles.
Drew has been a CEO and COO for a myriad of private companies. He has managed companies with less than 12 employees and as many as 10,000. Some of his accomplishments include alleviating process inefficiencies by 33%, implementing revenue operations effectiveness, including sales, marketing, customer service, and product development.
Drew is also active as a graduate and undergraduate university adjunct in management and marketing. He is currently a 2021 nominee of the William T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence at Webster University.
Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Dr. Stevens relocated to Saint Louis in 1999. He is married to his soulmate of 30 years, Christine, and has two grown children Andrew 27, and Ashley, 25.