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Marc Cenedella is an American businessman who has a net worth of $20 million. Marc Cenedella is best known as the founder and executive chairman of TheLadders, the premier online job-matching service for career-driven professionals, which has transformed the way job candidates and recruiters connect online. He founded the company with Alex Douzet and Andrew Koch in 2003, formerly serving as CEO, and is based in the New York headquarters. Under Marc's leadership, TheLadders has grown to more than 6 million members, making his weekly "Career Advice" newsletter to members among the largest and longest-running newsletters of its type in the world. TheLadders has been recognized as one of the Best Companies to Work for in New York, the Most Valuable Start-up in New York by Silicon Alley Insider and has won the Webby Award for Best Employment Website.

A nationally renowned thought leader on job search, career management, recruiting and business, Marc Cenedella is frequently sought out by national media outlets and organizations for his expert commentary on employment and entrepreneurialism. In 2010, Marc was profiled in "The Intelligent Entrepreneur: How Three Harvard Business School Graduates Learned the 10 Rules of Successful Entrepreneurship." That same year he co-authored "You're Better Than Your Job Search," which quickly shot into's Top 50 best-selling books. Before founding TheLadders, Marc was a Senior Vice President at, where he served as the lead on its sale to Yahoo in 2002 for $436 million. Cenedella is from Fredonia, New York and holds an MBA with high distinction from Harvard Business School, where he was named a Baker Scholar, as well as a BA in Political Science from Yale College.

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