Mark has spent most of his career as an entrepreneur. In 1993, Mark co-founded ExpressPoint Technology Services, Inc, (www.expresspoint.com) a technology logistics company based in Minneapolis and Sacramento, and served as COO, EVP Business Development and Director. ExpressPoint grew from 4 employees at inception, to over 400 employees and $60 Million in sales by 1997, with locations in Minneapolis and Sacramento. ExpressPoint's customers include HP, IBM, NCR, and Northwest Airlines.

In 1999, together with the founder of TranSwitch (TXCC) and several members of the TranSwitch team, Mark co-founded Onex Communications in Bedford, MA. Onex developed terabit service processors and switching fabric for the metro/edge multi-service network. The Company raised a total of $30 Million from Star Ventures, TranSwitch, Venrock, and Vesbridge and was ultimately sold to TranSwitch in 2001.

Mark is President & CEO of Sound Vision, (www.soundvisioninc.com) a fabless semiconductor company with customers worldwide. He is also an advisor to a number of companies including Aliaswire, a mobile payments processing company (www.aliaswire.com), and JumpTap, a mobile search and advertising company (www.jumptap.com).

Early in his career, Mark spent several years at Advanced Technology Ventures, Arthur Young and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Mark was a Director of Integrated Healthcare Information Services, Inc. (www.ihcis.com) from its inception to its sale to United Healthcare in 2006. Mark received a BA and an MBA degree from Boston College.

Mark has been supportive and involved in a number of non-profit organizations over the years including American Liver Foundation, Wingspan Life Resources, The Chestnut Hill School and The Winsor School. He is currently on the Board of Directors of the Music and Youth Initiative, an organization that funds and develops music clubhouses for disadvantaged youth (www.musicandyouth.org).
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