Mark received my undergraduate degree from Morgan State University with a Bachelor of Science in Communications and a master’s degree in clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Phoenix and his EdD in Urban Leadership Development from Morgan State University. Prior to college, Mark served in the United States Army in a unit that supported the 82nd Airborne. His passion as a community servant began as a child and has carried over into adulthood.  Working as a teacher within the Baltimore City School system is where his passion and desire to help others truly began.

Over the last several years as a professional Mark has had several key leadership roles in the non-profit and government sectors which has afforded me the opportunity to develop skills in leadership management, within the workforce/economic development, but his true passion has been serving in the pubic and community sector arena focusing on the importance of Mental Health and Wellness within the Black and Brown community.  As a licensed clinician in a field with few black men he has been offered the opportunity to speak locally and nationally on several platforms to include radio and print discussing Mental Health and Wellness in various diverse community.  Mark lives by the motto of one of his famous artist “Jay Z” You can’t heal what you don’t Reveal.