Mark began his PA faculty career in 2000 and has worked for public and private institutions in both academic health center and non-academic health center environments. He has held almost every faculty role within a PA Program and greatly appreciates each faculty member's individual contributions to the team and program.
His consulting work started in 2013 and he has supported over 30 PA programs with their development and accreditation needs.
Beginning in 2017 he transitioned to the University of Lynchburg as Education Concentration Coordinator where he leads the Doctor of Medical Sciences program's PA and medical education offerings
Mark is passionate about developing faculty and supporting programs in efficiently meeting accreditation requirements, improving student outcomes, and developing faculty self-efficacy and confidence .