Thomas J. Zoretich, is responsible for Teal Group’s economic analysis and forecasting. During his more than 35 years of professional experience, he has worked as an economist with a diverse set of government and corporate organizations, including Florida Power & Light Corporation, Standard & Poor’s, McGraw-Hill, The US Department of Commerce, and the Bureau of Economic Analysis. Beyond his extensive economic and aerospace industry experience, Mr. Zoretich has supported strategic planning and marketing functions. He held the position of President and COO of MVL Group, a marketing services company, and was CEO of CAVI Inc., a marketing technology company. He has consulted with the marketing departments of major corporations, including several listed below.
Mr. Zoretich has directed and contributed to projects for the US Department of Defense, US Department of Homeland Security, US intelligence agencies, US Department of Energy, US Department of Commerce, US Defense Conversion Commission, US Base Realignment Commission, various state government agencies and many private companies including Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics, IBM, TRW, Toyota, GEICO, Ameriprise, Fidelity, Bank of America and Coca-Cola. He has served on the boards of the Florida Chamber of Commerce Research Commission, The Miami Herald Board of Economists, the Dade County Economic Forum, The University of Maryland, University College, Graduate School of Management & Technology, and the Council for Marketing and Opinion Research. Mr. Zoretich received advanced degrees in Economics from the University of Notre Dame and Tufts University and received his undergraduate degree from The Pennsylvania State University.
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