Martin Hunt

Martin Hunt, Managing Director
Martin Hunt is a managing director for Providence Friends Capital (PFC) and focuses on the lower middle market. Mr. Hunt manages PFC’s acquisition and strategy consulting activities. He led HWI Partners’ transition into PFC, was managing director for HWI Search Fund I and II, a portfolio board member for several firms and interim chief executive officer for a group of telecommunication structured cable assembly and installation companies.

Prior to his roles at PFC, Mr. Hunt directed marketing and strategy for two multi-billion dollar loan businesses for MBNA America Bank, now Bank of America, completed a $16 billion M&A deal for the Unicom Corporation to form the Exelon Corporation, the largest electric utility at the time, and consulted for American Management Systems, now CGI, in strategy, business process redesign, change management and information technology.

Prior to AMS, Mr. Hunt was an associate for Harvard Business School’s Professor Michael Porter expanding his theory of competitive advantage, during the founding stage of Porter’s Initiative for a Competitive Inner-city (ICIC). Mr. Hunt began his career at the Prudential Insurance Company of America where he completed their advanced management development program.

He has an MBA from Harvard Business School, a BA in Economics from Swarthmore College and is a member of the Harvard Club of New York, the Pyramid Club in Philadelphia and the Harvard Business School Alumni Clubs of New York, Philadelphia and Washington, DC.

Mr. Hunt is a published author and has volunteered his time in a variety of roles including president and board member of the Harvard Business School Club of Philadelphia, member of the Swarthmore College McCabe scholarship selection committee, undergraduate alumni interviewer for Harvard College and a member of the finance committee at the Sanford School of Delaware.

Educational Philanthropy and

1998 “The History of Black Business” is published.

Ebony Magazine endorses co-authors, Martin and Jacqueline Hunt.

Black Enterprise’s Earl Graves endorses co-authors, Martin and Jacqueline Hunt.

HBSAAA endorses co-authors, Jacqueline and Martin Hunt of Delaware.

Delaware valley native and co-author, Martin Hunt, speaks at Delaware’s Heritage Bowl.

NBCC thanks co-authors, Jacqueline and Martin Hunt of Delaware.

Philadelphia School District endorses co-authors, Martin and Jacqueline Hunt for their work on the history of African-American business history.

The Urban League thanks co-authors, Martin and Jacqueline Hunt on their gift of knowledge.

Mayor Nutter honors co-author of the History of Black Business, Martin Hunt of Delaware, for his work as CEO of one of the largest African-American firms in the Philadelphia area.

2012 HWI’s Chairman and co-author of the “History of Black Business”, Martin Hunt, speaks at Black Enterprise Conference.

2013 designs training programs for business focussed on consultative change.

2014 publishes a series of educational programs for HWI Partners and its consulting efforts.

2015 releases the History of Black Business – Eighteenth, Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries for the iPad.

2015 announces August launches for its American Timeline Background Notes and two new African-American Business History Collection iBooks.

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