Carl Satterwhite, President and Owner

Carl Satterwhite is the President/Owner of RCF Group Cincinnati, Cleveland and Louisville. RCF Group focuses on providing tailored and comprehensive workplace solutions, gaining insight through listening sessions to understand your business culture, needs and challenges. RCF Group is a National Minority Supplier Development Council Corporate Plus Member, one of less than 100 minority businesses endorsed by the NMSDC as such. 

Carl is a member of the Board of Trustees for numerous professional organizations including: Fifth Third Cincinnati Board of Advisors and Cincinnati Market President Presidents Kitchen Cabinet, Key Bank Great Lakes Board of Advisors, African American CEO Roundtable President,  Black Leadership Forum President, International Fellowship of Chaplin’s Board of Directors, Anthony Munoz Foundation Board of Directors, Ohio Minority Supplier Development Council Board of Directors, Cincinnati Minority Business Enterprise Input Committee Vice Chair and Cincinnati Leadership Advisory Council Member.  He earned a Stationary Engineering certification from the University of Cincinnati. He and his wife Dawn have two sons Brice and Cameron and three grandchildren Zoey, Braylen and Reid. They reside in Symmes Township, Ohio.   

Scott Robertson

Scott started his career with Globe Business Interiors (GBI) in 1984 and became Chairman/CEO in 1992 and sole owner in 1998. GBI partnered with Carl Satterwhite to form  RCF Group in 2003. Scott is deeply involved in numerous civic and community organizations and has had roles with many more throughout his career. Currently, Scott is board chair of Cincinnati Experience, Little Fork Family Advocacy Center, Mercury Museum Services and Steinhauser, Inc.  He is also actively serving and/or board member for Artswave Campaign Cabinet, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Foundation, Cincinnati Museum Center, Cincinnati Regional Business Committee/CRBC, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, Cincinnati Zoo, Cintrifuse, Junior Achievement Business Hall of Fame Steering Committee, Lindner Center of HOPE, Minority Business Accelerator, NCI Designation Campaign Cabinet, REDI Cincinnati, United Way Campaign Cabinet and YPO/WPO.

Bryan Lindholz, Vice President and COO

Vice President and COO of RCF Group. He has worked in the furniture and service industry for 30+ years with broad experience in all aspects of business strategy, operations, facility management, installation services, warehousing, asset management and commercial move services. His vast knowledge and experience has helped create RCF Groups’ one of a kind, customer focused solutions. Bryan has/is a member of many organizations including: Leadership Cincinnati, Haworth Global Accounts Dealer Advisory Group, Workplace Alliance Board of Directors and Khameleon Executive Advisory Board, Haworth Dealer’s Council, Hard Hats with Hearts, Once Source, Camp Joy (Board Chair) and numerous other professional organizations. Bryan has been very active in the local community and dedicates time to youth sports programs. Bryan and his wife Nanci have four adult children and five grandchildren.