About ME

“…having nothing….” Never hold anything in reserve. Pour yourself out, giving the best that you have, and always be poor. Never be diplomatic and careful with the treasure God gives you. “…and yet possessing all things”— this is poverty triumphant (2 Corinthians 6:10)

Margaret
Iuculano

Faith & Business
Advisor

“I help women in leadership capture their identity in Christ, conquer negative mindsets, crush strongholds, and catapult into their God given destiny.”

Margaret is a Leadership Strategist, Business Coach, Author and Certified Pumpkin Planning Strategist. Her 30 plus year professional career includes serving as a CEO for a multi-million dollar company, she has also served in Sr. Executive roles for large and small size businesses in philanthropy, nonprofit, and professional services organizations making her skillset very unique.

Margaret is a serial entrepreneur who has started and sold multiple businesses while experiencing success and pitfalls along the way.  She has been very involved working with organizations who promote freedom and liberty across the country and has helped to raise over 300M.  She enjoys helping others avoid her pitfalls and sharing her experience to help others reach success.

Margaret has worked extensively with CEO’s, company founders, Chief Development Officers and family-held enterprises, along with their teams, to improve fundraising, branding, marketing, sales and cohesive team building.  She is extremely passionate about sharing her knowledge with other Women to help them avoid the pitfalls she learned along the way.

Margaret attended Liberty University studying theology and is currently going through Freedom in Christ Ministry training. She is a licensed facilitator for Identity & Destiny and lives in Florida with her husband, Anthony and their dog, Isabella the pug.

Exterminating Spiritual and Entrepreneurial Poverty One Business at a Time!

What People Are Saying:

Sheila Joiner

Independent Consultant

“Margaret is a passionate leader who possesses both a wide and narrow perspective on life, family, business, and politics. Highly energetic, not only does she have a vision for the big picture, but she is focused on the details as well. Working for Margaret had always given me the feeling of family acceptance, where nurturing, integrity, and honesty were paramount. These character traits are rare among people today and anyone who has ever worked with Margaret would concur that she stands out among the crowd.”