Mark joined the Stoneleigh Foundation in 2016. In his role as grants & impact analyst, he manages the Foundation’s grants management system and related data, leveraging this information to inform the staff’s recruitment, outreach, and impact strategies. Previously, Mark served as the Foundation’s communications & program associate.
Prior to joining to the Foundation, Mark spent four years working in various capacities for the Juvenile Justice Research and Reform Lab at Drexel University. Through his work, he helped Dr. Naomi Goldstein implement and manage her evaluation of the Philadelphia Police School Diversion Program, and he worked closely with Philadelphia’s Police Department, Department of Human Services, and Department of Juvenile Probation on several other research projects. Mark also spent three years working with Philadelphia Juvenile Probation and Family Court as a child and family case manager for the Joseph J. Peters Institute. He also spent a year as an assistant elementary and middle school teacher for Math Foundations, LLC.
Mark holds a BS in Psychology from Drexel University.