Mr. Mariotti is an award-winning expert on educational strategies to support underserved youth and the founder of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship. A former financial analyst and business executive whose career included work with Ford Motor Company and a successful import and export business, Mr. Mariotti transitioned into teaching in New York City public schools in 1982. His journey to connect with students and teach effectively led him to establish the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, a nonprofit dedicated to giving low-income youth the business skills to create their own paths in life. Since its inception, the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship has served more than 600,000 students across the globe and been the subject of multiple feature documentaries. In recent years, Mr. Mariotti has worked to offer similar curricula to developing regions and incarcerated students. Mr. Mariotti is a blogger for the Huffington Post and the author of numerous books and articles, and he has presented on topics in education at institutions including Harvard, Yale, and the World Economic Forum. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Mr. Mariotti holds both a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Master of Business Administration.
Mr. Mariotti explains his educational philosophy and programs in a Marquis-produced video.
Mr. Mariotti was profiled in a full-page feature for Forbes Magazine as a Marquis Who’s Who Top Exeuctive.
Mr. Mariotti appeared in an issue of Delta Sky magazine as one of a select group of Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award winners.
Mr. Mariotti’s selection for the prestigious Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award was featured in a Wall Street Journal spread.
Mr. Mariotti provides updates on his career and future plans for Marquis newsletter readers.
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