Who is the COO’s Bulldog?

Kevin R Callahan is the founder of the COO’s Bulldog Inc. where he serves as Chief Bullldog. The COO’s Bulldog is a business consulting company that specializes in helping small businesses improve their operations. Bulldog consultants use financial analysis to pinpoint areas of stress in small business, and then use their operational know-how to help the business improve performance.

Kevin Callahan has over a decade and a half of experience as an operating executive and executive consultant in operations. He has worked with large companies such as Aon/Hewitt, TAP Pharmaceuticals, CNA, Grainger, Worldcom and Systemhouse (now EDI), as well as a host of small to mid-size companies. His experience encompasses many industries, including software, services, retail and wholesale distribution, insurance, pharmaceuticals, Internet marketing, media and education.

In addition, Kevin Callahan serves as COO/CFO for the American Physician Institute for Advanced Professional Studies. American Physician Institute is a fast growing medical education company. As COO, Callahan has worked on increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of operations to scale up and meet the demand of an average of 40% year over year growth. Callahan was charged with creating the company’s first middle management team, with 6 new managers now on board.

He is a partner and CEO/COO of Peer Point Medical Education Institute, where he is opening new markets and introducing new services to the medical education industry in an effort to help medical professionals better serve their patients.

Kevin Callahan has an MBA from the Mendoza Business School at the University of Notre Dame. He is a published author with volumes on Project Management, Finance and Business Operations currently available. Mr. Callahan also writes the popular COO’s Bulldog Blog in which he shares his expertise with small business owners and entrepreneurs. In 2012, the Mr. Callahan was listed in the top 1% of sites viewed on LinkedIn, and the COO’s Bulldog Blog was accessed by readers in more than 100 countries.