Born and raised in Prince Edward County, Mark grew up on a dairy farm in Waupoos. He graduated from North Marysburgh Centennial Central School in 1994 and P.E.C.I. in 1999.
Mark has a business degree and a successful career in sales. He is a vocal supporter of local businesses and he understands the need to support small businesses and entrepreneurs.
As a member of the Rose House Museum Friends Group, Mark volunteers at County events like the annual Fish Fry. He believes in empowering community groups and helping local residents give back to the region where they live, work and play.
Mark follows his mother and grandmother into municipal politics. He understands the importance of preserving the County’s rich history while building a vibrant, sustainable community for the future. Mark is a passionate defender of education and the arts, and a strong advocate for affordable housing.
Mark enjoys spending his spare time with his three nephews, paddle boarding and camping, and he’s an avid fan of the Toronto Blue Jays.