Mark attended Duke University, earning an A.B. in public policy with a certificate in documentary studies. Before entering law school, Mark was heavily involved in online communication with a number of organizations, including the Center for American Progress in Washington, D.C. He also worked with Grassroots Campaigns, Inc. and managed a fundraising headquarters during the 2004 presidential election. While at William & Mary, Mark served as President of the American Constitution Society and as technical editor for the William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review. He was also a student admission ambassador and a member of the Student Intellectual Property Society. His summer work included a clerkship with the Electronic Privacy Information Center in Washington, D.C. and a summer associate position with McCandlish & Lillard, PC in Fairfax, Virginia. After graduation, Mark was awarded a post graduate fellowship to work with the Department of Homeland Security. After graduation, he joined Facebook as a user operations specialist, and he now holds the position of privacy program manager.
His Own Words
"When I came to William & Mary, I knew I wanted to focus on learning about technology issues. I had the opportunity to take classes on copyright litigation, European Internet law, privacy, and much more. My classroom experiences helped me land quality internships in the field. I'm thrilled that William & Mary gave me the opportunity to go from studying in Colonial Williamsburg to working in Silicon Valley."