Aaron Steed is president, Co-founder and CEO of Meathead Movers. He founded Meathead Movers at 17-years-old in 1997 with his brother, Evan. As CEO, Steed has established an open-door style of management, similar to that of a coach, and is well-known for being happily available to assist employees at their jobs or in their personal lives.
While running full-scale ahead to success, Steed has never let Meathead Movers forget its roots. He has maintained the same mission of assisting former and current athletes achieve their goals by providing them with a flexible and educational workplace. He has also maintained the practice of assisting victims of domestic violence by providing moving services at no cost. When the media caught wind up of the services being provided in each of Meathead Movers’ service areas, Steed and his team used this platform to launch the #MoveToEndDV campaign to continue to bring awareness to the much-needed efforts and encourage more than 200 businesses globally to get involved in similar ways. In 2018, Aaron Steed joined the board of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and transitioned the nonprofit under this national umbrella.
This long-standing model has led Meathead Movers to land on the Inc. 5000 fastest growing companies list for seven consecutive years. He was named one of the top 100 entrepreneurs under the age of 35 at the White House in 2014 and remains the largest independent moving company in California with 700 employees, more than 20,000 moves per year, over 100 trucks and 213,00 sq.ft of mini storage.