Mark is currently an independent consultant, working with major companies around the world, primarily in the Consumer Goods sector. He began his consulting career at The Monitor Group as a senior consultant and then at Retail Net Group where he was President of consulting. He specializes in helping clients pursue new thinking in ways to reach consumers and customers and helps them develop and execute a variety of new corporate strategies in the area of Innovation.

Prior to becoming a consultant, he had a 30-year career at Procter & Gamble. With a background in Marketing and Sales, he held a number of senior positions and ran numerous line organizations in the United States and Europe. His primary area of expertise was in “go-to-market innovation.”

While with P&G, Mark led the creation of a series of research and innovation centers around the world (including “house of the future” and “store of the future”). These centers, which are known for their thought leadership within the Consumer Goods and Retail Industries, enabled the company to work with its customers and suppliers to achieve innovative breakthrough ideas in a variety of areas, to include product, marketing, sales, and supply chain.

He is currently on the Board of GMDC, a large Consumer Goods/Retail trade association and the grocery store chain Roche Bros. He lives in Boston with his wife Eileen. They have four grown daughters. Both he and his wife are proud Duquesne graduates.