Mr. Evans is the President of Targeted Search Services, LLC, “We Target what you want”, a recruiting and search consulting firm. He is a results-driven, team-oriented Professional with a proven track record of performance in business development, recruiting, recruitment strategy development, integration with functional recruitment programs, vendor management and contract negotiations, team leadership, people management. He is an excellent communicator with the ability to influence and motivate to produce desired results. Proven experience interfacing with all levels of management. Mr. Evans has the ability to produce independent projects and function as a team member.
Frederick H. Evans, a native of Washington, D.C. is an honored Hall of Fame Swimmer. He is a pioneer as a participant and as a Coach in the field of swimming. In 1974 was recruited nationally, was awarded a swimming scholarship at Chicago State University and attended school there.
At Chicago State, Mr. Evans was the NAIA National Champion in Swimming thus being recognized as the First African American National Collegiate Champion. He was also a three time NCAA Division II National Champion in the 100 yard Breaststroke and National Record Holder from 1975, 76, 77 and also held the record in 1978. Mr. Evans continued his career as an influential Swim Coach throughout the Chicago area for more than 25 years.
Mr. Evans has been an Advisor to the United States Swimming Organization, “Make a Splash” and the Swimming Hall of Fame’s African American Outreach Swim Program as well as a Consultant to the University of Chicago, University of Michigan and Howard University.
In 1983 Mr. Evans was honored by the International Swimming Hall of Fame and has been honored with Resolutions from the State of Illinois, Washington, D.C. and the Black History Swimming Hall of Fame for his achievements in swimming and the community.
Mr. Evans earned his B.S. in Psychology and his M.S. in Guidance and Counseling from Chicago State University with an emphasis in Sport Psychology.
While at Chicago State University Mr. Evans along with Dr. Frank O’Block, Ph.D. co-founded the Motivational Training Program where they published and consulted nationally in the area of Peak Performance and Sport Psychology at the high school and university level in multiple sports as well as the corporate level of business
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Long time my friend. I finally met John Cruzat and we spoke of Chicago's program via the park district, when I menttioned your name. Boy, did his face light up when I indicated how I found out about you by watching as a fan while swimming competitively myself in high school, while you were competing at Chicago State University. I am still in need of some guidance to put a proposal together to our County Officials about the benefits derived from building a pool here. Give me your number and I will be more than happy to call when it is convenient to do so. Take Care and hope to hear from you soon. Darrick aka dswimmerman
Thanx for responding. I know how busy you must be now a days.
Anytime is good for me, because right now, I am unemployed due to an accident I was involved in on the job(truck driver) and am awaiting workman's comp to kick in, so I am trying to do other positive things with my time, instead of mopeing. Here is all my info. Home# 601-792-8106. email address: email@example.com; home address: 121 Hazels Loop, Prentiss, MS 38474...I have been in touch with John Cruzat and Shaun Anderson, who will try to assist me in getting my goal accomplished. Hope to hear from you soon. God Bless You!!!
Thank you for joining the network, we are very happy to have you aboard! I hope that we can meet and certainly collaborate in the near future. I’m very interested in hearing more about your programs in Chicago, and details of your many impressive swimming accomplishments. Lets talk soon!
Man, long time no see. I use to watch you compete at CSU in Chicago, while I was competing at the high school level(Chicago Vocational H.S.) If I am not mistaken, you were once the Aquatic Director at Olive-Harvey Community College. You truly were an inspiration and role-model for me, because it was watching you compete that I decided to also swim breast stroke(I swam breast stroke on the medly relay team and the butterfly. It's good to see that you have excelled tremendously in your chosen field. I now reside in rural Prentiss, MS, where there is not a public pool. I drive 40 minutes just to get a workout in now and then. Can you lead me in the right directions to do whatever's necessary to convince our local politicians to construct a pool here in our community? I would love to give back to our youth, what God has blessed me with, so we can decrease the number of drowning deaths of not only African American children, but ALL children that has a desire to learn how to swim.
Welcome aboard Fred!! I look forward to working with more in Chicago and maybe even getting you to come to Toledo to work with The Josh Project. You are a great role model for our children. All good things to you and your family............