Brian Anderson is the President of The Judge Group and has enjoyed a 25-year career in the talent solutions industry where he started as an IT recruiter. Now, Brian oversees a global organization with more than 1,000 employees across 30+ offices in the U.S., Canada, and India, as well as 11,000 consultants that support over 1,000 clients.
A native of suburban Philadelphia, Brian joined The Judge Group in 2001 and held roles in sales, marketing, and executive leadership before being named President in 2011. During his tenure, Judge has risen to become both the 13th largest IT and 14th largest Allied Health staffing firm in the U.S. as ranked by Staffing Industry Analysts, and has consistently been recognized as an industry leader for both client and talent satisfaction. Under Brian’s leadership, Judge launched its business solutions practice, expanded IT talent solutions to more than 30 locations, and acquired executive search and IT consulting brands while achieving over 400% growth. Current business plans include the expansion of global managed services for Judge’s enterprise clients.
Brian’s leadership philosophy starts with hiring the right people and clearly communicating the company’s vision, goals, and individual expectations, while celebrating successes. He believes in always doing right by the company’s employees, consultants, and clients and in giving more than is expected through regular feedback, recognition, rewards, continuous learning, and growth opportunities. He is passionate about helping people thrive in their careers, and believes that persistence, patience, and resilience, paired with a positive attitude conquer all.
Brian resides in Collegeville, PA with his three sons and wife of 20 years, Julie. He can often be found with his family riding ATVs and snowmobiles in the winter, or at the beach in the summer. He holds a degree in marketing from Pennsylvania State University and has completed the mini-MBA executive program at Villanova University and the Blockchain Innovation & Application program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).