Mark Russell, Director

Mark Russell 

Kaulkin Ginsberg Company 6010 Executive Blvd.,
Suite 802
Rockville, MD 20852

Office: 240-499-3804
Fax: 240-499-3805
Cell: 301-404-5757


Mark joined the firm in 2001.  He oversees and executes on M&A engagements, joint venture/strategic partnership arrangements, C-level executive recruitment, valuations and operational assessments.  He also has extensive experience assisting clients to develop and implement strategic growth plans. 

Mark is a frequent speaker at industry events, and is a member of ACA  International (ACA), Debt Buyers Association (DBA), Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), the Maryland Chapter of the American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management (AAHAM),  and the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) National Capital chapter. Mark regularly contributes to where he writes a blog, submits industry analysis and is often quoted for his insights. 

Prior to joining Kaulkin Ginsberg Company, Mark served as the Fund Manager of the High 10 Fund, L.P., a Bethesda-based early-stage venture capital fund, where he managed its day-to-day operations, including raising investment capital, and sourcing/evaluating investment opportunities. Mark has also served as an associate at Sterling Venture Partners, a subsidiary of Sterling Capital, a Baltimore-based private equity and venture capital firm, where he analyzed business plans, interviewed management personnel and conducted due diligence on potential investment opportunities. Mark also spent five years as a management consultant at Towers Perrin, an international management consulting firm.

Mark received his MBA from Georgetown University in Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, and his undergraduate degree from Boston University in Economics with a minor in Business Administration.

Mark resides in Maryland with his wife and two children. 



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