Eddie Staub is the Founder of Eagle Ranch, a community uniquely designed to help make life better for children and families going through a crisis. Since 1985, Eagle Ranch has served as Georgia’s foremost family reunification program.
Eddie is also Founder and CEO of The Wings Center at Eagle Ranch, which offers outpatient counseling, retreats and training for the Northeast Georgia and metro Atlanta communities. In addition to his leadership, Eddie will continue to provide mentorship and support to new and existing children’s programs and nonprofits throughout the United States through a program he started in 1997, The Wings Initiative (now known as Wings Consulting).
Born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, Eddie graduated with a B.S. in Science Education from Auburn University and was a member of the varsity baseball team. He also has a master’s degree in Physiology from Auburn.
Eddie has participated in Leadership Georgia and has been honored for Eagle Ranch’s contributions to youth and families throughout Georgia. He has appeared on local and national broadcasts, including CNN, and has been the subject of print media outlets including Southern Living and U.S. News and World Report, among others. He is a regular speaker at civic clubs, churches and community organizations throughout
Eddie is married to the former Kayanne Morris of Atlanta, and they have five adult children.