Scott Marentay of Gibsonia Joins Board of TELI

The Early Learning Institute appoints Gibsonia resident.


The Early Learning Institute (TELI) appointed Scott Marentay to its board of trustees effective July 1, 2012.  Mr. Marentay began serving on TELI’s program/strategic planning committee in 2010 and through his commitment, was appointed to serve as a full board member, which includes voting privileges.  Marentay is director of client services at HyperActive Technologies, Inc. and has been with the company since 2006.

His areas of expertise include team building and motivation, process creation, implementation and maintenance, customer relationship management, management through business intelligence, and cost management.  Marentay spent the majority of his career supporting technology in the restaurant industry in addition to managing restaurants.  He grew up in Michigan and was educated at the University of Toronto, Canada.  

The new board member resides in Gibsonia with his wife Sherry and two children, Julien (9) and Evan (6).  Most of Mr. Marentay’s free time is spent with his family, but when he gets a chance, he also likes to play golf or his guitar.

The Early Learning Institute (TELI) is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization providing early intervention services and early childhood education programs to over 1,300 children of all abilities annually.  Supportive services can include:  occupational, physical, and speech therapy, as well as social work, developmental, vision and hearing services.  For more information, visit www.telipa.org.

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