Mark brings 20 years of experience to FSG with a combination of national and international communications, advocacy, and nonprofit management. He leads strategic communications, ensuring that our brand, insights, and expertise help organizations, companies, and governments accelerate social change.
Mark’s previous work includes directing communications and strategic planning for Physicians for Human Rights, Hunt Alternatives Fund, and the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He began his nonprofit career working in the environmental field for the Trustees of Reservations and the Appalachian Mountain Club.
- University of New Hampshire, MA, History
- Dartmouth College, BA, Government
On working at FSG
“The challenges we face are increasingly complex, interconnected, and coming at us at a faster pace. It’s time to work together and use everything we know—and everything we can discover—to create systemic change and not simply move from project to project. The people at FSG are smart, passionate, and intent on helping bring people together to create a real impact. It’s an exciting and inspiring place to work.”