Mark McKenna is a licensed medical practitioner who capitalizes in surgery in addition to medicine. His experience roots from the Georgia and Florida Medical Examiners. Mark is passionate about advocating for community based projects. He has been instrumental in community development. Mark lived in New Orleans. He went to Tulane Medical School. He completed his medical training and started practice on in his father’s company. He was a huge contributor of McKenna Venture Investments. This is a firm that deals with real estate development. After launching the firm, he delved into entrepreneurship by joining Mortgage Lending, a firm that specialized in lending mortgage loans to home buyers. The portfolio of firms grew the employee base to more than 50 workers. The workers offered services in finance, design-build in addition to real estate deals.
Profile of Experience
In 2005, Hurricane Katrina affected people’s property in New Orleans. McKenna’s property was part of the destroyed property. The aftermath saw him participating in the recovery process of the lost property. He rebuilt New Orleans via developing low to moderate income property. This was his contribution to the destroyed property. In November 2007, he moved to Atlanta. Being visionary, he invested in ShapeMed. This is a medical practice that specializes in wellness and aesthetic medicine. In 2014, ShapeMed was acquired by Life Time Fitness. McKenna was a national Medical director at Life Time Fitness. His services ended in July 2016.
Dr. Mark McKenna started off on a new journey at OVME in July 2017. He was employed as the chief executive officer. This is a consumer based initiative that works with technology based and medical aesthetic. The major projects are based on reinventing the healthcare system. OVME is an idea that generated from previous projects that he worked on in aesthetic industry. With ten years experience, he was knowledgeable enough to establish a strong foundation that would control the company. He explains in an interview with IdeaMensch that he was inspired to by the need to better the industry through better, revolutionary projects. McKenna states that he realized there are several chances that would elevate the operating status of the medical industry.