Founder and Chairman
As a proud Georgia native, Cade Joiner has succeeded in founding, growing and advising more than a dozen different businesses in his home state.
One year after earning a BBA in Marketing from the University of Georgia in 2001, Cade Joiner founded Shred-X Secure Document Destruction, now the largest independent shredding company in the Southeast. He is also a strategic partner at Brookwell Capital.
Joiner is the past chairman of the National Federation of Independent Business of Georgia, an organization with 8,000 member businesses across the state. He serves as a board member of the UGA Entrepreneurship Program, vice chairman of the University System of Georgia Foundation, member of the Georgia Board of Regents, and chairman of the USG Intercollegiate Athletics Committee.
The University of Georgia recently named Joiner one of its 40 most distinguished graduates under the age of 40.
In 2018, Joiner served on the Finance Committee for Governor Brian Kemp and was also on the Executive Committee of the Kemp Inaugural. In early 2019, he was named co-chairman of the Georgians First Commission. He regularly discusses business issues in the media and has been featured on Fox News, CNN and The Wall Street Journal.
Joiner, his wife, Katie and their sons live in Brookhaven, Georgia. He enjoys traveling and watching college football and basketball in his free time.