Chuck Proudfit is the Founder and President of SKILLSOURCE®, which delivers sustainable growth in sales, profits and people to client companies through a focus on winning strategies, strong leadership and healthy cultures. SKILLSOURCE® integrates consulting, training and coaching services to deliver “Business Building” through carefully assembled teams of talented contractors.
Chuck developed his general management expertise at three industry-leading firms: The Procter & Gamble Company, The Ernest & Julio Gallo Winery, and LensCrafters Corporation. Chuck earned his academic degree from Harvard University, where he pioneered the school’s organizational development curriculum. Chuck has held adjunct faculty positions at the Great Oaks Institute and Cincinnati Christian University.
Chuck has been quoted, interviewed, profiled and published in wide-ranging media such as Success, Outcomes, Inspire, BRAVE, Lead, NOW, Half Time Report and Christianity Today magazines; the Business Courier, The Small Business Journal, The Cincinnati Enquirer, Daily Herald, The Chicago Tribune, and The Boston Globe; as well as Soap Box media, Success Radio, Street Insider, Cision, American Dreamers, Revelations Documentaries and Fox TV.
Chuck is the founder of At Work on Purpose, a ministry guiding Christians to integrate faith and work. He serves on the faculty for Transform Our World, an alliance of marketplace and ministry leaders working together to make the world a better place. He is also an advisory board member with Self Sustaining Enterprises, which generates profits for philanthropy through entrepreneurism.
Chuck has led SKILLSOURCE® to a TriState Success Award for exceptional business growth, a Torch Award commendation for business ethics from the Better Business Bureau, and a Perfect 10 Certified Corporate Culture designation. He’s received the Angel Award for community service from the Smith Family Foundation.
Chuck holds a Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do under U.S. Olympic Coach Hong Kong Kim. He serves as an Elder at Grace Chapel near his home in Mason, Ohio, and periodically leads business people on missions trips to under-resourced countries. He and his wife Jeryl are the proud parents of Aidan and Maya, both adopted as infants from South Korea.