Rex Hauck has over twenty-five years of business leadership experience across a range of industries including aviation, government, technology, and media. He has designed and led many workshops and can articulate business concepts in a way that creates results after the classroom sessions have ended.
He understands the natural tension that exists between executive leaders and front line workers and can explore misconceptions to align seemingly opposing perspectives to foster communication and collaboration. He has firsthand knowledge of effective team building skills and the value of trust to any organizations' bottom line.
Much of his career has involved integrating technology into business processes to deliver results. He consults on the use of social media for business development and employee effectiveness.
He led a team that computerized the Virginia Real Estate Tax Assessments. He was instrumental in United Express Airlines establishing computerized reservations. His film company was among the first to adopt George Lucas' initial non-linear editing systems.
In film and television, he has worked as a Producer, Writer, and Director on feature films and special programming for NBC, CNN, PBS, HBO, the BBC, Turner Broadcasting, the United Nations, and other broadcasters.
His television work has won three EMMY's and a Peabody Award nomination.
Rex serves as a presenter and mentor for new speakers for the Climate Change Project. He has presented over 200 talks on the opportunities and challenges associated with global warming.
Rex earned a BA from the University of Virginia and a Masters in Oceanology from George Washington University. He is a member of the Director's Guild of America and a Lifetime Member of the Writer's Guild of America.