Mark is the Director of System and Systems Integration for U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Air and Marine Operations. AMO is a federal law enforcement organization dedicated to serving and protecting the American people. With 1,200 federal agents, 256 aircraft, and 286 marine vessels operating from 74 locations throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, AMO conducts its mission between ports of entry, in the air and maritime environments and within the nation’s interior.
Mark’s efforts are focused on the identification, acquisition and integration of airborne sensors and the exploitation of data collected by these sensors. His portfolio includes the Minotaur Mission Management System, Moving Target Indicator Radar and the Modernization of the Air and Marine Operations Center in Riverside, CA.
Prior to government service, Mark worked for General Dynamics and Booz, Allen & Hamilton as a consultant to Department of Defense and Department of Homeland Security organizations providing leadership and management advice and services.
Mark served nearly ten years on active duty as a member of the United States Army. His units of assignment included the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment (Blackhorse) and the 3d United States Infantry (The Old Guard).
Mark studied leadership and strategy at the George Washington School of Business where he received his Masters of Business Administration with an international residency in Shanghai and Bejing, China.