About Kenny Pugh
I have over 19 years of business experience primarily in consulting. I have worked with many of the world’s top companies including Accenture, Chase Bank, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, SunTrust, LendingTree.com, Microsoft HomeAdvisor, Wachovia, Washington Mutual, AT&T and a number of others.
I have assisted countless clients realize their goals of starting businesses, improving their personal finances and creating healthier relationships. My specialized background has afforded me opportunities to appear on Headline News (HLN), write for BlackEnterprise.com, speak at The Potter’s House (Bishop T.D. Jakes) and be featured on a number of national radio broadcasts including the Tom Joyner Morning Show and NPR.
My unique strategies have equipped thousands to experience success in business, money and relationships. My clients include corporate executives, aspiring and established entrepreneurs, among many others.
I graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in Industrial & Systems Engineering.
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Kenny was instrumental in helping me start my business. He challenged me to step out of my comfort zone and pursue my purpose. I'm grateful because I have received speaking opportunities, invitations to appear at events and freedom to do what I love. Kudos!
I want to thank Kenny for assisting me with my marriage. I almost lost my wife to divorce because I was spending too much time working in my business. Fortunately, Kenny helped me see that investing in my marriage would pay also assist with my business. My wife is now one of my biggest supporters 🙂
I was unable to account for where my money was going in both my personal life and my business. Kenny helped me put tracking systems in place to keep my money under control. He also gave me advice on what I was overspending on every month personally. One coaching call saved me $1,200.