Mark is currently a Project Manager at American Hydro in York, PA. In his role, Mark leads the effort required to produce equipment that creates hydroelectric power for the world.
Prior to American Hydro, Mark spent four years as a Production Project Liaison at BAE Systems, where he planned and executed transition-to-production projects for military vehicles. Mark coordinated efforts between BAE Systems facilities and subcontractors across multiple states.
Concurrent with part of his time as a Production Project Liaison, Mark was the Site Lead for the BAE Systems and Letterkenny Army Depot Public Private Partnership (P3). While there, he successfully led multiple simultaneous production programs valued at $50 - $100 million each. He coordinated day-to-day production activities and led a staff of over 50 employees. Mark ensured smooth operation of vehicle production lines, as well as adherence to safety, quality, and budget goals. Under his watch, all programs were completed on or ahead of schedule. As contracts were closed, Mark coordinated the end of production activities and the shutdown of the facility.
Mark was with BAE Systems since 2008, working previously in Design Engineering. Mark has also been a Project Engineer at Spartan Motors and at Navistar International. Mark holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Oklahoma Christian University. He is a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).
Mark was formerly the York Branch Coordinator for the Project Management Institute (PMI) Keystone Chapter. He started the York Branch from the ground up – this included building a Branch Leadership Committee, securing sponsorships, creating partnerships with host facilities, and arranging speakers for monthly meetings.
Mark lives in York with his wife and their two children.