Eric McGehearty

Eric McGehearty

Eric

Philosophy

I am personally committed to our clients’ success, and each day I work with the team to see that we continue to deliver outstanding results. I also believe that operating with transparency and integrity is the key to our long-term growth; this has become more than a principle; it is part of the Globe Runner DNA.

Education

2001-2004 University of North Texas: Denton, Texas
MFA Masters of Fine Arts, Sculpture

1997-2001 University of the Ozarks: Clarksville, Arkansas
BA Bachelors of Arts, Art
Minors: Philosophy, Mathematics

Interests

  • Entrepreneur
  • Sculptor
  • Motivational and Public Speaking
  • Racquetball

About Eric

Eric feels strongly about going above and beyond in order to achieve quantifiable results for clients. In fact, “results matter” is a not only a guiding principle at Globe Runner, but one of the reasons behind the company’s remarkable success. Founded in 2008, Globe Runner is one of the fastest-growing online marketing companies in Texas, and now employs a team of sixteen professionals. Globe Runner has advised small businesses, large corporations and even political candidates regarding social media and online marketing. Major clients include Atrium Windows and Doors, Steven’s Transport, New York Life Insurance, Money Matters with Ken Moraif, and international firm Dominion Blueline Incorporated.

Eric received his Masters degree from the University of North Texas, where he honed both his creative vision and his dedication to hard work, both of which are reflected in the culture at Globe Runner. A true Renaissance Man, Eric is not only the CEO of Globe Runner, but the founder of the family travel website BabySafeTravel.com, a consultant to national non-profits, an advocate for people with learning disabilities, and an award-winning sculptor whose work has been exhibited across the United States. He believes that being an artist helps him to envision creative solutions—one of the reasons behind his success in business. Eric, his work, and his unique point of view as a dyslexic artist and entrepreneur have made him popular with the media: He has been featured in Forbes, Killer Start-Ups, The Business Journal, Denton Record Chronicle and Dallas Morning News. Though Eric has achieved success in many fields, the role he cherishes most is that of husband to his wife Heather, and father to their four children: Keegan, Trevor, Elliot and Claire.

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