Mark S. Seeberg, founding partner of Seeberg & Associates, Inc. is an experienced practitioner who has directed productive advancement programs for nearly thirty years. He has successfully managed capital campaigns ranging from $5 million to $80 million and has established ongoing major gift programs at a number of different institutions. Mark is a frequent speaker at nonprofit gatherings on all phases of development and has been cited by CASE (the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education) as one of its elite “heavy hitter” presenters. He has served on the CASE Independent School Commission as well as the CASE/NAIS Planning Committee. Additionally, Mark chaired the 1992 CASE Summer Institute for Independent Schools at Brown University and in 1995, the annual giving track for the 25th Annual CASE/NAIS Conference.
In 1998, CASE presented Seeberg the Steuben Apple Award for Teaching Excellence. This award recognizes speakers for outstanding performance at ten or more CASE international educational programs. Since its inception in 1983, fewer than one hundred individuals have been granted this honor.
Mark is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and received his M.A.T. from Brown University. He resides in Pittsford, N.Y. with his wife and five children.
Potential clients can be assured that Mr. Seeberg has faced and overcome the complexities of modern development, and has demonstrated the creativity to solve problems that are not in the book.