Entrepreneur, Doctor & Philanthropist: Dr. Mark McKenna

There are truly some remarkable people in society today. Unfortunately, many of these brilliant-minded individuals don’t receive the credit that due. This article is written to shed some light on Dr. Mark McKenna, and his role in society. When it comes to the business world and the medical community, Dr. Mark McKenna stands-out amongst his counterparts. This extraordinary guy is a brilliant-thinker, and he has used his brilliance to build a solid reputation in life. The Louisiana-native is a prominent medical doctor in the southeast region of the U.S. This guy is licensed in medicine and is licensed in surgery by the Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners as well as the Georgia Board of Medical examiners.

After graduating from Tulane University Medical School, Dr. Mark McKenna went straight to work alongside of his father in the medical field. Since he was already business-minded, McKenna jumped into real-estate with his own business. The business was known as McKenna Venture Investments, and it specialized in real-estate development. This boutique-firm made huge waves in the industry, which garnered him much attention. Over the next coming years, Dr. Mark McKenna would continue with both practices. His dynamic portfolio would continue to grow with the additions of Universal Mortgage Lending and Uptown Title Inc. Turnkey-business solutions was the name of the game and his companies certainly lived up to the hype on all levels.

Dr. Mark McKenna is known to be a philanthropist because he has always been involved in the community, especially after 2005. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina devastated his hometown of New Orleans. Dr. Mark McKenna would use his time wisely by utilizing his trade. One of the ways he helped the community is by introducing the redevelopment of low-to-moderate income housing. Since he lost many of his business-contacts during the storm, McKenna would move to Atlanta, Georgia, and he continued his successful life by founding numerous businesses.