Marty Mordarski 

 Campus Director, Cleveland

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Prior to Tech Elevator I was...

Executive Director for the Cleveland Chapter of Positive Coaching Alliance.

The students at Tech Elevator...

inspire me to take on new and difficult challenges.

The best part of my day is...

working with a talented and dedicated team of people committed to helping others change their lives!

Prior to joining Tech Elevator, Marty most recently served as the Executive Director for the Cleveland Chapter of Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA), a nonprofit organization that provides character-based education for youth and high school sports coaches, parents, administrators, and student athletes. During his tenure, the Chapter revamped its local Board of Directors, increased its roster of instructors, and developed unique collaborations with organizations such as University Hospitals Sports Medicine, the Cleveland Indians, and FOX Sports Ohio to expand the reach and impact of PCA's mission and services.

Before his work at PCA, Marty spent over 17 years at ERC, where he served as Director of Research & Membership for over a decade, overseeing many web development and system implementation projects and leading the organization's efforts in surveying local employers and sharing information regarding best practices in talent attraction and retention. In addition, he oversaw the application and evaluation process for the NorthCoast 99 program, which annually recognizes some of the best places to work in Northeast Ohio.

Marty received a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing and Management from Baldwin Wallace University and is a SHRM-SCP certified HR professional. A Cleveland-native, he is actively engaged in the community as a graduate of the Cleveland Bridge Builders program, a Cleveland Leadership Center Partner, sitting on the Community Engagement Committee of the Associate Board for the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, and as a youth sports coach volunteer. He lives in Olmstead Falls with his wife, Beth, and three boys, Brayden - 10, Evan - 8, and Jaxson - 2.