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Mark Stevenett

Vice President, Group Account Director

Mark first joined Love Communications in 2000 as one of the agencies first 12 employees. After eight years as president of another Utah-based digital agency, Mark returned to Love Communications in 2016 assuming the role of vice president, shareholder and group account director.

As president of the other agency, he fostered creative and tech-savvy talent to grow the small 20-person firm into an internationally recognized agency. While at that firm, he also managed several digital marketing clients, including Adobe, LifeLock and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Previously at Love, Mark oversaw the cause marketing arm of the agency, including nationally-recognized campaigns for Utah’s The Truth anti-tobacco campaign. He also directed the strategy of several media accounts for Utah Department of Health, including prevention programs and awareness campaigns for heart disease, stroke, colon cancer, and breast and cervical cancer. Mark brings nearly 20 years of vast industry and leadership experience to Love Communications and plays an intricate role in leading the strategy of several high profile clients.

Mark graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences with an emphasis in Community Health and, for more than six years, was a part-time instructor at BYU teaching Social Marketing in Public Health Education. In 2013, Mark was recognized with the prestigious Honored Alumnus Award. He is also an advisory board member for Addo Recovery and a board member for Community Health Connect. Mark is a husband, a father and a wannabe hockey player.