Watch as Mark talks about his journey to becoming Mayor, what his professional and volunteer experience taught him, why he wanted to help his community in a bigger way, why nonprofits in the community are important plus why Senior Care Services holds a special place in his heart as they helped his mother and how he suggests elected officials and communities can care for and lead their communities best.
Mark Freda recently appeared as the guest on Keri Roberts podcast, Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things. Before being Mayor, Mark was a volunteer of the fire department and first aid and rescue squad as well as a part of the Borough Council. He also worked in the area of Facilities Management with a number of firms from 1983 through 2018. Locally with the former Commodities Corporation. In New York City as a Vice-President with Goldman Sachs, as Director NYHQ Site Operations for Pfizer and as Global Head of Facilities & Real Estate for Soros Fund Management.