Eddie Staub is Founder and Executive Director of Eagle Ranch, a community uniquely designed to help make life better for children and families going through a crisis. For more than 30 years, Eagle Ranch has served as Georgia’s foremost family reunification program.
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 the Atlanta Journal Constitution, among others. He is a regular speaker at civic clubs, churches and community organizations throughout the Southeast.
Eddie is married to the former Kayanne Morris of Atlanta, and they have five children.
About Eagle Ranch
From humble beginnings, Eagle Ranch’s Flowery Branch campus has grown to 270 beautiful wooded acres featuring 10 homes, a SACS-accredited school, a chapel and recreational facilities. The integrated program is built on Christian principles and models home life, emphasizes education, and incorporates individual, group and family counseling. Families stay connected and actively involved during their child’s stay at the Ranch, with the goal of renewal and reunification.
The Ranch serves boys and girls from 28 counties in North Georgia and Metro Atlanta. Reaching beyond Georgia, Eagle Ranch’s Wings Initiative provides counsel and assistance to ministries serving children and families throughout the United States and abroad.
The inspiring story of the founding of Eagle Ranch is available in the book On Eagle’s Wings, which is now in its 11th printing.