Marc was previously a Sr. Program Associate at the Center for High Impact Philanthropy at the University of Pennsylvania. In this capacity, he conducted applied research, provided project management support and helped staff CHIP’s inaugural Board of Advisors.
Prior to being this most recent role, Marc spent a year as a graduate student research fellow at CHIP. Additionally, he spent many years within the direct service social work world, most recently helping Project HOME launch their Young Adult Program. Marc spent nearly a decade in the behavioral health and developmental disabilities space, working for nearly a decade with both children and adults.
Marc graduated cum laude from Boston College with a BA in Social Sciences and received a dual master’s in Social Work and Nonprofit Leadership, both earned from Penn.