I joined the board for two reasons. First, it has been more than a decade since the 2010 floods devastated the middle TN region and we need to continue the work of making our infrastructure and communities more resilience from future disasters. Second, Dickson is an amazing place that is growing and will continue to serve as an important component of this region, and I want to make sure it is represented in this important organization.
Marc is a Senior Principal at Stantec with more than 17 years of experience in resilience planning and flood engineering studies. He focuses on project management, outreach, and training having conducted flood studies spanning thousands of stream miles across the country and providing training to hundreds of local floodplain administrators. Marc is also a Business Center Operations Leader for a 110-person environmental services team in Stantec, managing staff across 11 states. He also serves as the Nashville office manager for more than 75 staff.
Marc is a strong advocate for Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) as a mentor and Academy Chair at John Overton High School (JOHS). These experiences allow him to pursue his personal mission of inspiring the next generation of leaders, demonstrating that civility, patience, and hard work are the building blocks of strong leadership.
Marc has a B.A. in geography from Colgate University and an M.S. in geography from the University of Memphis.
Marc and his wife Sommer have two amazing children. Stella is an 8th grader at Dickson Middle School and has a passion for theatre and prose. Thad is a 4th grader at Oakmont Elementary School who loves Star Wars (like his dad), math and engineering. In his spare time Marc enjoys wood working, fly fishing, and cheering on the Indianapolis Colts, Indiana Hoosiers, Chicago Cubs, and Nashville Predators.