Mark currently serves as the Co-Chair of the United Jewish Communities Young Leadership Cabinet. He has lectured extensively for federations and synagogues on such topics as campaign training, overseas needs, Israel at 50, the ABC's of federation, and young leadership development. Mark has recently led campaign and Super Sunday training in Detroit, Mich., Raleigh, N.C., Milwaukee, Wis., Washington D.C., Ft. Lauderdale, Indianapolis, Oklahoma City, and Houston, Texas.
Recently, Mark served as the major plenary chair for the Washington 13 Conference. Mark also served as the 2001 national membership chair for the United Jewish Communities Young Leadership Cabinet. Past national positions include the 2000 Retreat chair for the men's National Young Leadership Cabinet in Scottsdale, Arizona, and Co-Chair for the 1999 Southeastern Regional Conference which was held in April 1999, in New Orleans, Louisiana.
He also served as the UJC National Young Leadership Cabinet, Washington 11 Recruitment Co-Chair, where he helped recruit over 3,000 committed Jewish adults for the Washington 11 Conference. Mark helped create the Washington Conference service project "Prescription for Life" which raised over $150,000 of desperately needed over the counter medical supplies for Jewish communities in the former Soviet Union.
At home, Mark is a member of the Tampa Jewish Federation Community Board. He
is a past president of the Tampa Jewish Federation, Young Leadership Division. Mark is a practicing attorney in Tampa, Florida. He represents clients in a wide variety of civil litigation, with an emphasis on personal injury and wrongful death. Born in Charleston, South Carolina, Mark is a graduate from Tulane University and the University of Florida College of Law.