Mark is responsible for helping deliver the Food Lifeline message to all of Western Washington. Whether it’s creating advertising and marketing opportunities, keeping Food Lifeline in the media, or creating printed materials designed to spread the word, Mark is our go-to-guy.
A Northwest native, Mark spent several years in the Seattle media market as an award-winning television reporter and meteorologist. With a penchant for sharing important stories, Mark made the transition to the non-profit world back in 2009. Since then, he’s created videos, media strategies and research writing for Salvation Army, FEAT of Washington, Michael Roos Foundation, and Boys and Girls Clubs.
Most recently, Mark comes to us from PAWS (The Progressive Animal Welfare Society), where he spent three years as Communications Manager.
In his spare time, you might spot Mark at the dog park with his 150-pound Rottweiler “Stanley” and his Standard poodle “Remmie”.
Please contact Mark if you have any questions regarding media, advertising or marketing. (Or if you just want to talk about the Seahawks.)