Michael Mikurak was an international consulting partner at Accenture, Plc. where he focused on consulting with Fortune 100 companies in the areas of business strategy and supply chain management. Mr. Mikurak retired from Accenture, Ltd. in 2003 with Founder Partner status, being one of the original company partners who participated in the process of taking the company into the public markets.
Mr. Mikurak has over 30 years of experience in the areas of business strategy and supply chain management. Mr. Mikurak is also well-known in the international business community, and he has been quoted in numerous business publications and other news media. He has written several articles published in business periodicals and management books on the subject of business strategy, supply chain management, and international business collaboration.
While with Accenture, Mr. Mikurak supported clients on a Global Basis providing overall Strategic Business and Supply Chain Management expertise. Since retiring from Accenture, he has continued to utilize his knowledge and experience, including intellectual property from the nine Global Patents in Business Collaboration; one in e-learning; one pending patent in e-learning with Raytheon Corporation; and seven International Patents pertaining to HEPCO Holdings, LLC’s Foot Sanitizing and Handheld Pathogen Eliminating Devices.
Mr. Mikurak was appointed to the Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas by Governor Rick Scott in 2013, where he serves as current Chairman of the Board. He is also the Chairman of the Pinellas County License Board. In addition, he served as a Board Member of BayCare Health Systems and St. Anthony’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, and currently sits on the St. Anthony’s Hospital Foundation Board.