Marty Mordarski

Executive Director, Cleveland

Staff, Trainer - Cleveland, Blog Author

Marty joined PCA-Cleveland as Chapter Executive Director in 2016 after serving as a PCA Trainer for the previous three years. As CED, Marty is responsible for the success of the Cleveland Chapter. He works with the Cleveland Board to develop, implement and evaluate a long-term strategy for the chapter. He represents PCA in the local community by developing relationships with business, philanthropic, academic and government leaders. In addition, Marty is responsible for raising sufficient funds annually for PCA-Cleveland to thrive.

Prior to joining PCA, Marty served as the Director of Research & Membership at ERC, a professional services organization that assists businesses with the attraction, retention, motivation, and development of great employees. He received a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing and Management from Baldwin-Wallace University and is a SHRM-SCP and SPHR certified HR professional.

He is also a former collegiate athlete and high school coach. A Northeast Ohio native, he was a standout athlete at Padua Franciscan High School (baseball and football), and went on to play baseball at Baldwin Wallace University. His coaching career started in 2006 when he began working as an assistant JV baseball coach at Cleveland Benedictine High School. Marty spent nine years at Benedictine, including two years as head freshman coach, and the remainder as a varsity assistant until 2015.

Marty is a graduate of the Cleveland Bridge Builders program, a Cleveland Leadership Center Partner, sits on the Community Engagement Committee of the Associate Board for the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission, and is a member of the Minds Matter Cleveland Writing Council. A father of three boys, he and his wife, Beth, reside in Olmsted Falls where he is actively involved in his community as a volunteer youth coach.

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