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About Mark Rotondo

Mark brings to this role an impressive professional background with over twenty-five years of experience in education. He most recently served as Associate Provost for Cambridge College, and previously served as an Assistant Dean at Suffolk University and Director of Institutional Research at Bunker Hill Community College. 

As a practicing attorney Mark is admitted to the Massachusetts Bar and the Massachusetts Federal District Court.  He holds the distinction of previously serving as chair of the Everett School Committee, where he worked on the landmark Massachusetts Education Reform Act and the Winthrop School Committee where he worked on the anti-bullying policy.  Mark has served on the Board of several non-profits in Massachusetts and was secretary of the Winthrop Federal Credit Union for several years.

Mark holds a Bachelor of Arts, Government from Suffolk University, a Master of Science Public Affairs from the John W. McCormack School of Policy and Global Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, a Juris Doctorate and Master of Law in Health and Biomedical Law from Suffolk University Law School.