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Mr. Marc Koretzky MBA

Wrong Marc Koretzky MBA?

Chief Operating Officer

Phone: (205) ***-**** ext. ***  
Email: m***@***.com
Complete Benefit Alliance LLC
2000 Morris Avenue Suite 1400 (14Th Floor)
Birmingham , Alabama 35203
United States

Company Description: Complete Benefit Alliance, is a full service benefit enrollment company specializing in voluntary benefits and corporate enrollment strategies. CBA is a company...   more

Employment History


  • MBA , Executive Strategic Management
    Georgia State University
  • B.S. , Health Promotion and Education
    University of Georgia
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Executive Bios - Complete Benefit Alliance, 7 Nov 2015 [cached]
Marc Koretzky,
Chief Operating Officer
As Chief Operating Officer, Marc coordinates the activities of CBA in collaboration with the firm's management team. He provides strategic support in order to help execute the organization's strategy, and ensures the achievement of short - and long-range goals for services, resource allocation, financial performance, risk management and effective and efficient operations.
Prior to joining CBA, Marc was Vice President for AirMed International, the premier global air ambulance and medical solutions organization. In this role, he was responsible for managing several corporate divisions and servicing 1.4 million members in the U.S. and Canada. Before joining AirMed International, Marc served as the Chief Operating Officer for INDYCAR where he directed the overall organization, including its Commercial, Operations, and Competitive Divisions. Earlier in his career, Marc was Director of Operations of the Southeast U.S. for Western Union. He also assembled an impressive portfolio of clients and projects as an independent consultant including the National Football League's (NFL) Super Bowl Host Committees (Detroit, Houston, and Atlanta), Charlotte Motor Speedway, The NCAA Men's and Women's Final Four Basketball Championships; and 360 Sports Academy.
Mr. Koretzky received an MBA in Executive Strategic Management from Georgia State University and holds a B.S. in Health Promotion and Education from the University of Georgia. In his free time, Marc enjoys spending time with family and volunteering in his community.
Indy Racing Review, 12 July 2012 [cached]
INDIANAPOLIS (Thursday, July 12, 2012) - INDYCAR announced today that Marc Koretzky has resigned as Chief Operating Officer, effective immediately.
"We wish Marc the best of luck as he moves on to the next chapter in his career," said Randy Bernard, CEO, INDYCAR.
Koretzky joined INDYCAR in May 2011 as Director of Business Development. He led the management of commercial activities and non-racing events around the 2011 IZOD INDYCAR World Championships, including the parade of 34 cars down the Las Vegas strip in primetime. In December 2011, Koretzky was promoted to Chief Operating Officer, overseeing the day-to-day organizational operations of INDYCAR, as well as fostering communication and synergies across the company's commercial and operations units.
Super Bowl XL - Host Committee Info - Staff, 25 Jan 2011 [cached]
Marc Koretzky Director of Operations
The loss of IndyCar Series ..., 13 July 2012 [cached]
The loss of IndyCar Series Chief Operating Officer Marc Koretzky doesn't rate up there with Danica Patrick defecting for NASCAR, but it certainly doesn't appear to be a positive development for the open-wheel series.
It's not clear if Koretzky is another step in Bernard's house cleaning or if the series COO simply dashed off for greener pastures.
In March when I interviewed Koretzky, 35, he had been given broad authority by Bernard in day-to-day matters and was designated as one of the key people who was going to help transform the series. He also was a chief player in the series' marketing efforts.
As part of his staff re-organization last fall, Bernard promoted Koretzky from director of business development to COO.
"We became familiar with Marc through his work with [IndyCar team owner] Roger Penske on the Super Bowl in Detroit," Bernard told me in March. "He's articulate, goal oriented and very focused."
Bernard's confidence in his lieutenant was bolstered last year when Koretzky headed promotions for the series' finale in Las Vegas, including brokering a deal to have 34 open-wheel cars paraded up and down the city's famous strip. The race ended badly, but the marketing and promotions for the race were solid.
Koretzky in March described his role with the series this way: "I'll handle all the little details on a granular level.
In March, Koretzky was clearly displeased with the way IndyCar departments communicated and worked with one another. He felt it was hindering the series from achieving a unified approach to its challenges. Koretzky had hoped to be a facilitator and to improve cohesion within IndyCar's front office. It's not clear if he achieved that goal.
"My first priority will be to further develop the executive team and make sure we have a common vision," Koretzky said.
Before joining IndyCar in May, 2011, Koretzky worked with the NFL as director of operations for Super Bowl committees in Atlanta, Houston and Detroit.
Koretzky, who has an undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia and an MBA from Georgia State University, also has done operational consulting work for the NCAA's Final Fours and at Lowe's Motor Speedway.
Prior to coming to the IndyCar Series, Koretzky served as director of strategic development for Atlanta-based 360 Sports Academy LLC, a firm that offers training and consulting for student-athletes and their parents.
He certainly seemed like the type of guy you'd want to keep on your staff. But then again, talk is cheap.
Maybe with Koretzky, the rubber never met the road, and Bernard did a quick 180-degree turn.
Also, when a qualified person bolts mid-season it leads me to believe Mr. Koretzky found the closet where all the dysfunctional skeletons are hidden.
In The News — Intertainment Media Inc. [cached]
INDYCAR COO Marc Koretzky outlined technological objectives, including a relaunch of and an INDYCAR Mobile app that will allow fans to watch a race on their Verizon mobile device as if they were on pit lane.
"Technology and innovation are two of the core brand attributes that differentiate our sport from others out there," Koretzky said.
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