Dr. Mark Holterman may be the only person to be from Chicago, but was raised on a farm. Mark Holterman was raised on a farm in Wisconsin. It is from this peculiar background which instilled Mark’s understanding of the importance to help other, and putting your needs second.
Now the CEO of Mariam Global Health, which consults business in various areas. Mariam consults medical startup businesses on all aspects of business success. Mariam invest in medical startups also, and helps them overcome financial challenges often derail most new businesses. Mariam Global helps these companies control spending. Mariam Global has done lots of research work in biotechnology, but understands he can help most business understand the benefit of consulting a company like Mariam Global, who has unparalleled success in this area.
In addition to running his company, Mariam Health Global, Mark Holterman is a donor and organizer at the International Pediatric Specialist Alliance for the Children of Vietnam (IPSAC-VN). IPSAC-VN began an exchange program, where they help train surgical students in Vietnam here in the United States for two months.
Graduating from high school back in 1976, Mark went to school on the East Coast in Connecticut, at the University of Yale, where he earned a National Merit Scholar recognition. Dr. Holterman earned his Graduate degree down in Virginia, at The University of Medicine, where he later completed his residency. Dr. Holterman found himself living in Seattle Washington, where he completed his fellowship in pediatric surgery. Later Mark would work for almost two years, as a Clinical Research Associate in Immunology. Mark was also the Director of Surgery at the University of Washington. For two years Dr. Holterman was the Chief Surgeon at Advocate Children’s Hospital (Medicaldailytimes). While at Advocate, Dr. Holterman, was not only the surgeon for infants, he also taught medical student and surgical residents.