Director of Account Team
Mark Ostach is director of accounts at Skidmore Studio, where he helps businesses develop the essence of their brand to better engage current and future customers. He is a certified Denison Consultant and helps organizations understand how their culture impacts their bottom line. A recipient of Crain’s Detroit Business 20 in their 20's, Mark is dedicated to fostering entrepreneurship in Michigan. A certified project management professional, Mark excels at building technical teams while managing projects to completion.
In his spare time, Mark frequently speaks at conferences, schools, churches and to Fortune 500 employers on ways to prevent burnout from technology use. He has created educational programs, time management products and free resources to help balance technology consumption. His mission is to teach people about digital nutrition so they can stay focused on their goals and aspirations.
Husband, father and active community member, Mark participates in a number of organizations, including on the board of directors for Neighborhood Service Organization; a non-profit serving the mental health community. Mark was the chair of the capital campaign committee and led the NSO board of directors in efforts to secure a challenge grant of $750,000 from the Kresge Foundation. Mark is an alumnus and on the board of trustees for Leadership Detroit and also serves as a committee member for the Farmington Hills Suicide Prevention Task Force.
Mark received his bachelors from Albion College, where he was Young Alumni -Top 10 in 10, and obtained his master’s degree from Walsh College. He is a presenter at the University of Michigan annual conference on student depression.
The information presented here was accurate as of January 1, 2015.