Mark joined the Seattle office of Washington Capital in December 1988. He manages portfolio and client accounting and performance reporting, acting as a liaison between custodial banks and clients. Additionally, Mark oversees the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS) program at the firm.
Mark earned a BA in Finance with a minor in Economics at Seattle University, graduating magna cum laude in 1988. After graduation, he briefly worked at a third-party administration firm before joining Washington Capital. He has continued his education with coursework regarding both GIPS and employee benefit programs.
Mark has made a personal commitment to respond to the needs of the community through Bloodworks Northwest, where he has donated over 400 units of platelets, white cells, and whole blood since 1990. He is also on the national bone marrow registry. In 1982, Mark received a lifesaving award from the Washington State Patrol, and in 1985 he received the Hospital Corporation of America’s Dr. Frist Regional Humanitarian Award for his service in the emergency medical community.