Dr. Mark McKenna is the founder of OVME. The idea of starting this establishment came to him when he was serving in the medical aesthetics industry. He has worked in the medical aesthetics industry for more than a decade. Dr. Mark McKenna grew his practice to one of the best in the United States. He later sold it to a publicly traded company. During his time in the industry, he has observed so many disruptions and opportunities in the industry.
Dr. Mark McKenna says that his typical day starts very early in the morning. His first duty is to wake up his daughter with whom they take breakfast together. He then takes a shower and then heads out for his job. At his workplace, he stays up until in the evening when he heads home to take dinner with his family. This shows that he is a family man who is dedicated to role as the head of the family. After dinner, he heads out for Jiu Jitsu training. After that, it is supper and bed time. This daily schedule indicates a man who has a very good time management. He says that at the core of every successful entrepreneur is a good time management strategy.
Dr. Mark McKenna set goals that he should achieve within particular time frames. He believes in practicality and always makes sure that his ideas are feasible. He says that for one to achieve success, they have to underscore the role of meditation and goal setting.
Dr. Mark McKenna says that he is very happy about the decline of smoking habit in the United States. He is also an ardent reader. McKenna has never been employed and has always worked for himself. He draws his inspiration from the success of personalities such as Elon Musk, Barack Obama, and Michael Bloomberg. Dr. McKenna is married to Gianine and has a four years old daughter. He is a member of the Entrepreneurs Organization. He is also a former board member of New Orleans Jazz Festival as well as New Orleans Industrial Development Board.
Dr. Mark McKenna is a licensed medical practitioner in medicine and surgery. He is a graduate of the University of Tulane. School of Medicine. After graduating he went both into medical practice and entrepreneurship. He founded a real estate venture firm to address housing development issues in New Orleans.