Mark joined Habitat in 2013 and has been building houses and leading volunteers since. Prior to working at Habitat, Mark worked primarily in the construction trade as a carpenter and contractor, and brings over 40 years of experience. He also brings extensive experience with non-profits and working with volunteers in his work as Director of the Yellowstone Gateway Museum, and as President of both the Montana Bow-hunters Association, and the Traditional Bow-hunters of Montana, as well as teaching credentials as a volunteer Bow-hunter Education Instructor for 18 years.
Mark completed HS in Livingston, where he has lived for 45 years, and attended college at Montana State University. He and his wife Penny have two sons, both top-notch carpenters in the area as well.