Biography

TRANSWESTERN ROLE

Mark serves as senior vice president and city leader for Transwestern Phoenix and is responsible for growing operations, elevating client services, attracting new talent and creating new business opportunities. Mark and his team specialize in agency and tenant representation in office properties for both existing and ground-up developments thoughout the Metro Phoenix region. 

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Before joining Transwestern in January 2018, Mark’s 20-year career spanned two separate and distinct markets in Seattle and Phoenix, where he developed a unique and highly diverse perspective on the marketplace. He most recently served as Director in the office group at Cushman & Wakefield in Phoenix. In his more than 12 years with the firm, clients praised his creative and entrepenural approach. Mark has represented both landlords and tenants, advised property owners in site selection and dispositions, negotiated joint ventures, and provided leasing advisory services and strategic planning across multiple asset types. Mark previously worked at CBRE.
 
Mark is co-creator of the FlagHi™ & FlagHi Pro™ golf apps, a patent-pending technology that calculates golf shot and carry distances based on changes in temperature, elevation and humidity. He is co-founder of 655 Maple LLC, which developed and markets the FlagHi products.
 
Mark is passioniate about spending time with his family. He and his wife, Heather, have two daughters and live in Paradise Valley, Arizona. Mark craves adventure, and in his spare time you can find him participating in long distance cycling, climbing the many sky islands thoughout Arizona, hiking the Grand Canyon or playing golf. 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION / RECOGNITION

Mark is an Advisor for CitySpots LLC, serves on the City of Phoenix Innovation District steering committee and is a Board Member at the Phoenix Community Alliance. He is a member of the Phoenix Cluster of CEOs for Cities.

EDUCATION

Mark earned a bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences in 1997 from Washington State University.