Geof Lambert, a graduate of the Walter J. Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University, began his first career in the food business working in sales and marketing for food companies.
Geof then entered the executive search profession in 1999 working for various firms in Sacramento, before being a co-founder of his own retained executive search firm, the Maxson Group which he led for four years until merging it with WorldBridge Partners.
Along with two others Geof is a founder of Digital Native Studios.
As an avocation Geof is a leader with the global IPv6 Forum, and vice chair of the North American IPv6 Task Force. IPv6 is the next generation Internet Protocol. In 2007 Geof was honored by being selected by his peers as an IPv6 Forum Pioneer for the global IPv6 Forum.
Geof was one of the early pioneers in Internet based social networking.
Geof is presently on the board of the San Juan Education Foundation, and has been actively involved in various capacities with a wide range of non-profit professional organizations including the American Culinary Federation, California Grocers Association, Sacramento Area Regional Technology Alliance, TechCoire, and the Sacramento Angels.
Geof has always been active globally with various philanthropic and humanitarian causes. He is a past president of the Rotary Club of Fair Oaks. He is an active member of the Rotary Club of Sacramento. He was a co-counselor for the Rotary Center for International Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution at Cal. He speaks frequently about the Digital Divide. Geof is a Paul Harris Fellow. He has named his father, Gordon Lambert, a Paul Harris Fellow, and named Vint Cerf, chief Internet evangelist, Google, honorary chair, IPv6 Forum, and Jim Bound, senior fellow, Hewlett Packard, CTO, IPv6 Forum, chair, North American IPv6 Task Force as Rotary Foundation Paul Harris Fellows. Geof is a Benefactor of the Rotary Foundation, and also a Rotary Foundation Bequest Society member.
Team Building, Internet, Internet based communications, XMPP, IPv6, social networking, marketing, product development, Digital Divide, DMT, Digital Mental Telepathy, MetroNet6 network, recruiting, advisory board development, organizational development
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