Dr.Mark Mckenna, MD, MBA a certified medical surgeon. He has a license from Georgia and Florida State Board of Medical Examiners. His profession is dedicated to serving the community. He is characterized as patient and passionate in his work. He was born in the new Orleans.He took his studies at the medical school at the Tulane University. He immediately, after completing his degree course, began to work with his father in practice. Meanwhile,Dr. Mark McKenna started launching the McKenna venture investments. Dr. Mark McKenna investment firm deals in a boutique real estate firm. Finally, Was able to acquire and launch the Universal Mortgage Lending and Uptown Title Inc. the firm grew up to attaining fifty employees. It was serving the region with design-build, real estate closing services, and finance.
In the disaster brought by the hurricane Katrina, brought him great as all his business interests were destroyed. Nonetheless, he became a major participant in the rebuilding of the New Orleans. He builds the low-moderate income housing. Afterwards, he developed the ShapeMed which is a firm dealing with the aesthetic based medical practices, after moving to Atlanta. Later on, ShapeMed was acquired by the Life Time Fitness Inc in the year 2014. McKenna took on the seat of the National Medical Director of the company, which he served until 2016. In the following year, he managed to become the CEO of the OVME, a company that he found. It dealt with aesthetics. It was a technological company that was reinventing elective healthcare.
He is married to Gianine McKenna and is a father of the single daughter called Milana Elle. Milana is a Pomeranian, Ryder having only four years. McKenna is a member of the Entrepreneurs Organization. He also worked on the board of the New Orleans Industrial Development Board and New Orleans Jazz Festivals.
He was motivated into starting OVME by the longtime experience working in the medical aesthetics industry. Ultimately, it grew to be the top aesthetic company in the United States. He sold the company to the public company when he saw many other opportunities that would disrupt the industry.