Entrepreneur. Author. Leader.
An accomplished business builder, Phil has built branch offices for national IT consulting firms, acquired, renovated, and sold a 170,000 sq ft GM factory, built his own sales consulting practice, led business development for three startups, and facilitated more than a dozen acquisitions — including operations rolled into his two current businesses: Northwind Pharmaceuticals and Northwind Electronics. His latest venture, Cross Stone Creative, blends Phil’s passion for writing and business in a media company focused on publishing and art promotion. Phil combines a scrappy, bootstrap approach with over 25 years of seasoned leadership, development, and financial skills
Phil has written hundreds of posts on leadership, healthcare, sales/business development, problem solving, career development, communication, and self-improvement topics. His writing can be found on LinkedIn, the Northwind Pharmaceuticals blog, and here on PhillipBerry.com. His first book, Stones Across the River, is a collection of essays on personal growth, problem solving and leadership and will be published in the Fall of 2016.
Phil coached youth basketball, softball, and soccer for over 12 years. His experience as a coach and developer of talent informs his writing and outlook on life. Phil blends his athletic coaching experience with his business ventures in an ongoing effort to help the individuals on his teams become the best version of themselves.
Phil is a 2015 graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program through Babson College and now serves as a Business Advisor in that program. He is a current board member for Timmy Global Health and a board of advisors member for On-Target-Health in Indianapolis. He is past board Vice President for Gennesaret Free Clinics, board of advisors member for Butler University’s College of Business, and Board President for St. Lawrence Catholic Church.
Phil lives in Indianapolis, Indiana with Sally, his wife of 26+ years, his four children (Kiefer, Madison, Kellen and Macy), their Bulldog, Ripley and their King Charles Cavalier Spaniel, Sunny. A graduate of Butler University, this Bulldog loves Hinkle Fieldhouse, history, active living, and travel.
Phil is a man of integrity and lives by the Golden Rule. His purpose is ever expanding as he listens to that inner voice and realizes his full potential. All who have the opportunity to know and interact with Phil cannot help but grow and expand as well.
Todd Foushee, OnTarget Health
Phil is astute at quickly sizing up a complex situation, insightful about the human condition, and perceives the ‘the little guy hidden in the corner.’ A family man of the first order — loving, accepting, and nurturing. An ever-evolving, inquisitive mind… this is apparent after nearly 30 years of friendship.
Jonathan Jerden, Millennia Consulting