Roosevelt Giles has gained global recognition as an authority in Business Transformation and Digital Strategy. He brings over 30 years’ experience in managing, strategic and operational complex operations. Giles has extensive omnichannel experience in areas as: Finance, Insurance, Global Manufacturing, Automotive, Health Care and Technology. A serial entrepreneur, Giles is the Founder of EndPoint Consulting Group, LLC a holding company with investments in over 12 companies with offices in 5 cities on 3 continents. As the President & CEO of EndPoint, Roosevelt companies offers Cyber and Digital transformation services to DoD, as well as Fortune 1000 companies in areas such as: Insurance, Manufacturing, Health Care, Financial Services, Cyber Security, Data Analytics, Cloud, and Mobile adoption.
Giles holds several board positions including Chairman of the Board of Atlanta Life Financial Group, Inc., Former Chairman of the Board of Herndon Capital Management asset Management Firm, Chairman of the Board Herndon Foundation, Tech Bridge Georgia, Former Board Member Georgia Research Alliance, and former board member of Leadership Atlanta, and Visiting Nurses Hospice Atlanta where he serves on various Board Committees such as Audit, Risk and Governance, Technology and Compensation.
Giles sits on the Nasdaq Corporate Governance task force for corporate governance. Giles was featured in Forbes Magazine in August 2020. Giles delivers talks to various organizations and businesses around the globe in areas of Cyber Security, technologies and disruptive shifts in technology that can impact economies around globalization. Giles holds a BS degree in business administration and has studied at University of South Carolina, Limestone College, with advanced management courses from Harvard and MIT Roosevelt is currently writing a book that features a collection of: “saying” collected from his travel to over 137 countries.
He has received honors from industry and private groups, including the:
Ernest and Young Entrepreneur of the year finalist award 2001
Giles delivered the commencement address at Clayton State University in 2013
Giles has participated in over 267 marathons which include running the 50 states 3x , the 8 continents (including Antarctica, 3x) the Abbott World Marathon Majors 3x, and a marathon in 53 countries at the request of his brother James Giles before he transitioned in 2013.