Mark J. Aubry
Mark is a contributor, co-founder, and Chief Evangelist of Impact Capitalist. He is also the CEO and co-founder of RHM Impact, a company that is both advocating for the regenerative health management process and helping patients and physicians navigate the complexities of regenerative medicine.
An entrepreneur and business owner his entire adult life, Mark founded and ran his first business 25 years ago while a university undergrad. For the last 18 years, Mark has focused on building businesses that provide strategic guidance to entrepreneurs, business owners, and physicians by helping them understand, manage, protect, and grow their resources. Mark has done this in the fields of construction, wealth management, consulting, telecommunications, biotechnology, and medicine.
Also an educator, as a teacher and adjunct professor, Mark has taught Economics, Psychology, Business Management, Finance, and Entrepreneurship.
While developing Impact Capitalist, Mark and Tom have spent the last 5 years studying, researching, and working in the field of regenerative medicine. It has been over the last 2 years that they’ve focused on developing the regenerative health management platform.
Mark’s Righteous Path is helping business owners understand, manage, protect, and grow their resources as they pursue their Righteous Path. He is the author of the Praxis and Impact Physician blogs, he is the author of several white papers, and he has lots of great clients who speak very highly of him. You can read Mark’s full Bio here.
Tomasz A. Fediuk, Ph.D.
Tom is a contributor, co-founder, Chief Impact Strategist, and resident Advocatus Diaboli for Impact Capitalist. He is Managing Director at Fediuk Botero, LLC, an advisory firm working with family businesses and enterprises. Working with Mark, he is co-founder and Chief Strategist with RHM Impact. Tom is author of the Righting on a Wall blog. Tom received his Ph.D. from Michigan State University in Communication. He has taught at Michigan State University, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota Duluth, Illinois State University, Aarhus School of Business (in Denmark – which is labeled as a Social Democracy – ask him about his experiences/thoughts on that), and Stetson University. His research interests center on the opportunities and challenges of business ownership, including entrepreneurial ventures and trans-generational family enterprises. The underlying foundations of his research and consulting comes from the social, behavioral, and communication sciences. Find his LinkedIn profile here.