Mark Doyon guides communications, media, and marketing programs for organizations. A veteran of non-and for-profit management, he specializes in the integration of branding, public relations, and product development, with a special emphasis on conveying messages through new media.
Mark has directed national programs for BoardSource, the Healthcare Distribution Management Association (HDMA), the National Association of Rehabilitation Facilities (NARF), and the National Rehabilitation Association (NRA). His progressive image redesign for HDMA, which updated the association’s century-old name and identity, was covered in depth by Association Management magazine. He managed the name change for the Society for Biomolecular Sciences (SBS), and created branding for the ZeroPak cultural and arts complex. He has edited numerous publications, from Web sites, newsletters, and magazines to policy papers and scholarly journals.
Mark founded Wampus Multimedia LLC, a full-service communications firm specializing in corporate image and identity. Under his guidance, the company developed, marketed, and distributed 40 unique media products in five years, developing an international reach and reputation. He is recognized for his translations of promising ideas into marketable products and services.
Mark holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the College of William and Mary, and is a graduate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for Organization Management. He receives his master’s degree in arts administration (“the creative M.B.A.”) from Shenandoah University in 2009.