Bob Evans is President and Founding Director of The Global Trends Institute in Atlanta.
Bob has lived and worked in several dozen countries covering five continents.
He got his news training from one of the best in the business. He was special assistant to Edward R. Murrow.
Bob worked in New York, Chicago, and Washington for CBS News, and was sent to Atlanta to open the CBS News Bureau covering the then Civil Rights Revolution.
He then became CBS News Television-Radio Correspondent and Bureau Chief in Moscow.
Bob left the network to form his own business, Televans Productions.
He has reported on 11 Islamic countries and Israel
Bob also has an unusual knowledge of Afghanistan. He had taken a jeep expedition across the Middle East and through Afghanistan.