Mark is the Assistant Campaigns Officer with the International Fund for Animal Welfare’s Washington D.C. office.
Before arriving at IFAW, Mark worked for The Wildlife Society in their Government Affairs office. While in graduate school, he served as an intern for the Association for Fish and Wildlife Agencies and the National Wildlife Federation.
He holds a M.P.P., M.S., and B.S. from the University of Maryland, College Park where he graduated as part of the interdisciplinary CONS program.
Mark’s experience lies at the intersection of science and policy. He primarily works on federal and state policy and legislation that deal with wildlife trade issues, most notably the ivory trade and the pangolin trade.