Name: Mark McGoldrick
Bio: Mark was raised in Atlanta and received his Psychology degree from the University of GA. He has been working with IPriority over the past 13 years building a network of organizations that desire to make an impact in their industry and company through large events.
These events bring well known leaders in to share their perspectives on balancing life issues with business demands. During that time he has traveled with executives to Croatia, Kenya, New Zealand, and parts of Asia, and Central America – in an attempt to build a connection based on their particular industry and everyday life topics that are of interest in that particular country.
Mark’s desire is to discover how Millennials can begin a network of learning and development through doing research – asking them: “what are the needs/interests of Millennials in the areas of personal, vocational, relational, and spiritual (values, ethics, morals, etc.) areas of life.” Mark believes this next generation is going to have a tremendous impact across Atlanta and around the world. His desire is to begin a movement that will meet some of these real needs and interests. Mark is married to Debbie (for over 30 years) and they have a son Matt and a daughter Melissa – whom both live in Atlanta.
Name: Ross McClellan
Bio: Ross has been a GA native his whole life. He was born and raised in South GA and after receiving his Associates degree in Business administration at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, went on to receive a Bachelors degree in marketing at the University of GA. Upon graduating, Ross moved to Atlanta where he now works for a startup technology company.
Ross has recently joined the IPriority team and is passionate about making a difference in the technology space. He sees the need for innovation not only in the U.S. but around the world.
As a millennial, Ross brings a fresh perspective to the IPriority team and seeks to understand how to better positively impact his own generation and set in motion authentic change that will affect generations to come. Ross believes this starts with giving others a seat at the table to look at challenging topics from someone else’s perspective.