Mark McIntosh is a master communicator with a Master's Degree in journalism. His broadcasting career was secondary to an intended athletic career that was headed off by a skull fracture, but he rose above the challenge to lead a very successful life.
In recent years, McIntosh has extensively studied the power of human potential that lies within all of us - if we just get out of our own way! This rediscovered awareness led to Victory Productions, which utilizes McIntosh's intuitive and problem solving skills nurtured years ago on the fields of athletic competition; communication and listening skills fine-tuned in his lengthy sports journalism career and a natural coaching ability now enhanced by membership in the International Coaching Federation, the worldwide licensing body for business and professional coaches.
A High School All-American in football, basketball and baseball. McIntosh's promising athletic career ended just two days after he signed a letter of intent to play football/baseball at the University of Missouri . During a high school basketball game, he suffered a fractured skull which resulted in hearing loss and equilibrium challenges: competitive athletics were history.
After a brief sales career, the Kansas City , MO. native returned to the University of Missouri in 1984 to study journalism. Two years later he earned a master's degree and began his award-winning broadcasting career that continues today as weekday morning sports anchor at KCNC, CBS4 in Denver.