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Tyler Mark is a dedicated nonprofit professional committed to helping clients maximize their work on the communities they serve. Beginning his career as a special education teacher with Teach for America and later joining CCS, Tyler has helped a variety of clients build systems and teams that have led to significant positive impact.

At Texas Children’s Hospital (Houston), for example, Tyler analyzed the feasibility of funding the historic expansion of their neurological research enterprise. He went on to manage the launch of a $100 million campaign, working onsite to raise a monumental $42 million in less than six months. In all, his counsel has helped CCS client partners raise more than $350 million worldwide to advance important causes.

Other non-profit clients include The Rockefeller Foundation (NYC), KIPP Foundation (San Francisco), BRICK Education Network (Newark), Children’s Health Fund (NYC), Fairfield University (Fairfield), Cathedral of St. John the Divine (NYC), Good Reason Houston (Houston), and the UN’s International Telecommunication Bureau (Geneva).

Tyler holds a B.A. in International Relations from Colgate University. He volunteers as a crisis counselor for The Trevor Project in New York City and is an active Teach for America alum.

Headquarters: New York

527 Madison Avenue
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New York, NY 10022

(212) 695-1175


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