After serving as president of another Utah-based digital agency for nearly eight years, Mark – one of Love Communications’ original employees – was recruited to return in 2016 and was named EVP/Client Services in early 2023.
In his collective years at Love, Mark has overseen the cause marketing arm of the agency, including nationally-recognized campaigns for Utah’s “The Truth” anti-tobacco campaign and several additional media accounts for the Utah Department of Health, including prevention programs and awareness campaigns for heart disease, stroke, colon cancer, breast and cervical cancer and HIV Awareness. These days, he also directs the agency’s work for Thanksgiving Point, the Salt Lake International Airport, BYUtv and Wittwer Hospitality, to name just a few.
While president of the “other” agency, Mark fostered creative and tech-savvy talent to grow a small 20-person company into an internationally recognized firm. While there, he also managed several digital marketing clients, including Adobe, LifeLock and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. All told, Mark brings more than 25 years of industry experience to Love Communications.
Mark graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences (emphasis in Community Health) and, for more than six years, was a part-time instructor at BYU, teaching Social Marketing in Public Health Education.
A husband, a father and a wannabe hockey player, Mark was recognized with the prestigious Honored Alumnus Award from BYU in 2013.