Price Harding assumed the Chairmanship of the Board of Trustees of the Trinity Forum in 2012. He is Managing Partner of the executive search firm CarterBaldwin. Mr. Harding's clients range from construction and development businesses to high technology companies to nonprofits.
He has been principal consultant on more than a hundred successfully completed recruiting engagements while building two successful companies in his seventeen-year executive search career. With a strong specialization in senior management selection and team alignment, Mr. Harding's recruitment consulting focus includes searches for C-Level leadership, officers, and directors for both privately held and publicly traded companies.
In 2004, Mr. Harding was appointed by Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue to the Board of Directors for the Georgia Department of Economic Development where he chairs the Technology Committee. In addition to his responsibilities at CarterBaldwin, Mr. Harding currently serves as Chairman of United Technology Group (www.utgsolutions.com), President of the Technology Executive Roundtable, on the AeA Southeast Council Executive Committee, and on the boards of Industriaplex, There's Hope Ministries, High Tech Ministries, The Technology Association of Georgia, and The Trinity Forum. Mr. Harding's articles have appeared in various publications and he has been quoted in INC Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlanta Business Chronicle, and numerous industry and trade magazines.
Prior to entering the recruitment industry, Mr. Harding served as Director of Manufacturing Operations for Astechnologies, an Atlanta-based company that produced hydraulic presses that were used in the manufacture of automotive headliners. He received his Bachelors Degree in Theology from Baptist University of America, and conducted Masters level studies in Pastoral Counseling at Temple Baptist Seminary in Chattanooga.
In 2002, Mr. Harding won the Georgia Primary for Senate District #27 before being defeated in a run-off. In addition to an active interest in politics, Mr. Harding teaches a Sunday School class at First Redeemer Church in Cumming, Georgia. He and his wife, Nancy, have two married daughters and live in Cumming, Georgia.