President, Suits That Rock, LLC
Mr. Domaschko is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati with degrees in Economics and Accounting. In the November 1974 Uniform CPA Exam, he earned the Elijah Watts Sells award for earning one of the highest scores in the United States. After becoming a CPA in 1975, he was Senior Managing Partner of his own CPA firm for over fifteen years, during which time his firm grew to one of the largest locally owned CPA firms in the Cincinnati area. In 1991, Mr. Domaschko sold his accounting firm and started a consulting firm, MC Squared, Inc. In his capacity as President of MC Squared, he provided business consulting services for companies ranging from start-up endeavors to publicly owned corporations, until his retirement in 2006.
His business experience includes management consulting for growing companies, contract negotiation, acquisition of financing and government sponsored tax incentives, business plan development, capital acquisition and entrepreneurial problem-solving. From January to September of 2009, he also served as interim President of Vision 2015, a community non-profit organization charged with overseeing the achievement of the region’s long term vision. He currently is co-founder and president of Suits That Rock, LLC, an organization that gathers community leaders with rock music backgrounds to perform for the benefit of regional charitable organizations.
Mr. Domaschko is a former Chairman of the Kentucky Authority for Educational Television, the KET Foundation, the Kenton County Airport Board (which operates the Cincinnati/ Northern Kentucky International Airport), St. Elizabeth Healthcare, and the St. Elizabeth Medical Center Foundation. He also served on the University of Cincinnati Foundation from 2000 to 2012. In 1988 Mr. Domaschko was recognized by the University of Cincinnati as one of its twentieth century alumni who had made significant contributions to the city in which they live or work. In 2006, he was co-recipient (with his wife) of the Northern Kentucky University Lincoln Award which honors individuals who have had a significant positive influence on their community and who exemplify the qualities of outstanding citizenship, notable achievement and distinguished service in their professions. Also in 2006 he received the Distinguished Philanthropist Award from the Association of Healthcare Philanthropy, Midwest Region.
Mr. Domaschko served as General Vice-Chair of the PBS Board of Directors from 2009 to 2011 and as a director from 2006 to 2012. During his term on the PBS board, he chaired the PBS Finance Committee and the PBS Audit Committee and served on the Executive Committee, Investment Subcommittee, Station Services Policy Review Task Force and Dues Review Task Force. He chairs the PBS Enterprises, Inc. board and serves on the National Datacast, Inc. Board, and currently serves on various other boards of directors.