Dr. Mark McKenna is an American physician who later on focused on doing business and community service. He studied at the Tulane University, where he received his Doctor of Medicine degree. After he graduated from the school, he started to take up another course of study and graduated with an MBA. He has been practicing medicine with his father, and when he had free time, he is thinking about establishing his own business. The business was realized years later, and it was a real estate firm. The company, called the McKenna Venture Investments, has been experiencing steady growth since it was established. The company has been actively acquiring other smaller firms, including the Uptown Title Inc. and Universal Mortgage Lending. Dr. Mark McKenna would soon witness how his business would grow to accommodate around 50 employees, and he will be recognized as the owner of one of the fastest growing real estate businesses in the country.
One of the toughest challenges that he had to face during his career in the real estate business would be the devastation brought upon by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. He never realized that the storm would become a threat to his business, and after the disaster hit, he saw his business crashing to the ground. Instead of showing grief and disappointment, Dr. Mark McKenna accepted what has happened and vowed to rise from the ashes. He initiated several programs around New Orleans that would help the locals rebuild their homes and other structures that were destroyed by the hurricane. The construction of middle-sized homes commenced under the direction of Dr. Mark McKenna, and people thanked him for the efforts that he exerted.
Dr. Mark McKenna transferred to Atlanta, Georgia after his projects in New Orleans came into a close. He had a new life in Atlanta, where he established a business called Health company, providing health and wellness services to the locals. He also established OVME which provides elective healthcare to the public. He thanked his colleagues who have been helping him since the day he ventured into the world of entrepreneurship and promised them that his business would continue to grow and expand.