"These are the leaders to watch, now and in the future," said Leadership Maryland President Nancy Minieri. "Their experience confirms that the quality of leadership affects the success of the solutions. Problems are solved when committed, dynamic leaders with vision and passion are willing to take the risk to lead."
Col. MacDonald's foresight and steady leadership has been instrumental to Medifast's growth. The Company experienced over $100 million in revenue in 2008, has reported revenue growth of 49% through the first nine months of 2009, and has posted 40 consecutive quarters of profitability. The Company has grown from just 25 employees in the Owings Mills Corporate Offices to now employing over 300 Marylanders. During this time of growth, Medifast has been a leader in building a diverse team of leaders and Board Members.
Medifast has been a leader in local community development and the Company has created jobs in the town of Ridgely, Md., where Medifast opened a distribution center in 2001 employing 15 residents. Now, Medifast is the largest employer in the town with over 100 employees in distribution, IT, digital printing, inventory, and quality control.
Col. MacDonald is very active in the Maryland community, serving on various boards. He serves as a Trustee of Stevenson University, in 2008 was elected Vice Chairman of the United States Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Foundation, and also serves as a Director, Board Member of the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce. Col. MacDonald's community activities also include serving as Board Member of the Institute of Notre Dame High School, Baltimore Md., Member of the Development Board of the Augustinian Order, Villanova, Pa., and Board Member of the HOA of Sunset Island, Ocean City, Md.
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