Why We're Here:

Our mission is transforming lives and business cultures.

We envision a world where anyone can achieve their potential, build genuine connections, and become a leader in their community.

A Word From Our Founder:

Kene Erike

Our Founder

I’m the founder of K.E. Consulting.

We specialize in helping clients build the businesses, careers, and relationships they’ve always dreamed of.

I have a degree in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell University along with decades of experience in personal and professional development. A professional coaching certification from the International Coaching Federation (ICF) as well.

I’ve always had an interest in how people interact with each other.

Growing up, I battled shyness and social anxiety. Determined to improve my ability to talk to anyone and connect with people around me, I designed—and completed—exercises that developed skills that proved invaluable for business and interpersonal relationships.

Cold-calling and creating my own sales scripts to grow an e-commerce business while in college; Providing manufacturing and commercial services to help other business owners increase revenue and cultivate loyal customer bases; Years of experience in public-facing roles in the public sector and as a strategy consultant; I’ve recorded and shared many of the insights learned throughout the journey (see my first book and blog below) and devoted my career to solving problems in the business of “People”.

(And really, everything we hold dear (e.g. a work life you love, fulfilling social and professional ties that anyone would envy) hinges on your ability to create value and deliver what other people want.)

Like most of you reading this, there have been times I’ve struggled with confidence. Concerns about whether people would listen to me, questions about what I was meant to do with my life, insecurities about whether I was good enough to get what I want: I’ve been there.

Beyond that, I can appreciate the twin pains of wasted time and regret. I’ve stared down my own mortality—at a relatively-young age.

I should have been dead years ago.

Back in 2018, God spared me from an ailment that kills tens of thousands of people every year.

(Listen to the full story here:

In exchange for that second chance at life, I swore an oath to do two things:

– Share the testimony of that ordeal, providing a powerful example of what God can do for all of us.

– Stop wasting time and get going on my life’s work.

While lying in a hospital bed, God gifted me with the answer to a question so many of us are searching for:

What is God’s will for my life?

That answer has colored my work going forward and is a driving force behind K.E. Consulting.

(No matter what your faith, the bible is full of all sorts of wisdom that anyone can use. The books of Proverbs and Matthew are great places to start.)

No way would I squander this new lease on life. I owed it to God. I owed it to myself. I owed it to the world at large.

Your thoughts create your reality.

Like any muscle, your mind can advance—or hinder—your progress towards what you want the most. It’s all about how you use it.

A great coach is an essential element for getting the very best out of yourself.

Work with K.E. Consulting and you’ll be on the road to enjoying stronger relationships and a more fulfilling work life within your first two sessions. We’ll tackle some of the internal roadblocks that are holding you back and get the best version of you shining through.

There are few things as frustrating as feeling like the life—and relationships—you deserve is just outside of your grasp.

Maybe it’s resentment about being underappreciated on the career and business front or a longing for more personal bonds with people who just “get” you. I’ve experienced those pains and I’ve helped others avoid the same for the better part of two decades. K.E. Consulting translates your desires and goals into step-by-step plans for achieving the results you’re looking for.

The discouragement of having doors slammed in your face, literally and figuratively—that is never a good feeling. I’m here to help you avoid that rejection and get more “Yes’s” in your life.

I wrote a guide to growing a business, boosting workplace performance, forging relationships, and building confidence.

You can find that guide, “No” Doesn’t Always Mean No, on my blog and

When I’m not helping others achieve their goals, I enjoy studying Social Psychology, plyometrics, and playing beach volleyball and football.

We look forward to hearing from you.