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Throughout Mark’s 12 years on the Rockville Council, he has been the deciding vote on pivotal issues. Here’s a peek into his background that informs his votes and initiatives:
Neighborhoods. Years ago, Mark served the College Gardens Civic Association and dealt with the City on a zoning ordinance revision and stormwater management. Mark received a Rockville Good Neighbor Award for his efforts.
Schools. His children attended Montgomery County public schools (K-12), and his wife works at College Gardens Elementary. Mark led his neighborhood in its push for the new school.
Seniors. Mark has been a member of the Rockville Senior Center for over a decade and has handled caregiving for four older relatives.

  • Renters. A renter for 20+ years before buying a house, Mark is now a co-lessee with his mother in Rockville Town Center. He understands the cost of renting and its impact on life choices.

  • Business. Mark had an outstanding career in government statistics. From 2010 through 2022, he ran his own firm. He’s a member of the Greater Rockville Chamber of Commerce.

  • Service. Mark was a Peace Corps volunteer in Swaziland (now Eswatini). He and Lesley, a British volunteer he met there and married, have two adult daughters—one who’s worked with City Year, and one who volunteered with AmeriCorps.

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