I grew up in a good, middle class family. As a highly transliminal autodidact, my education became self-directed subsequent to grade eight. As an adult, the onset of an incurable brain condition barred me from all traditional forms of higher education and standard employment. Consequently, I became skilled at clarifying and finding creative ways to address complex challenges, and now help others to do the same in a variety of ways.

Currently, I live in Minneapolis and run a couple of small businesses, as well as work for Public Education and Empowerment Resource Service (PEERS), a 501(c)3 nonprofit, editing news for the informative and inspiring website WantToKnow.info.

1 comment:

  1. Mark is an awesome asset to PEERS. He does very thorough work and occasionally comes up with brilliant ideas which we adopt. As the executive director of PEERS, I feel incredibly fortunate to have him on our team.