Charlie Seraphin

Charlie Seraphin, who has lived and worked in eight states and two foreign countries, is among the more adventurous members of our board.  Professionally, he’s managed radio news operations in five cities including Miami and San Francisco.  He’s served as VP/General Manager of top-rated radio stations in Los Angeles, San Diego, and Dallas.  He spent 15 years in professional sports as chief marketing officer for the Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals of Major League Baseball, as Executive VP/General Manager of the NBA Development League Tulsa 66ers, and as Senior VP of Sales and Marketing for Hunt Sports in Dallas.  Charlie recently served three years as an adjunct professor at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida. 

Charlie is now an author and guest speaker based in Oceanside, California.  His message is simple and direct, with strong emphasis on reflection and personal responsibility.  His recent book, One Stupid Mistake–Smart Decision-Making in a Crazy World, is drawn from personal experience with deep roots in common sense.  His favorite keynote speech to deliver is Making Good Decisions in a Crazy World, which outlines a simple formula for personal responsibility and success.

Charlie is the proud father of six adult children and two granddaughters. In his spare time, he continues his 40-year quest to learn to play the guitar – with marginal success.  He enjoys telling stories, giving advice, and all kinds of music.  For more about Charlie, see

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