Marcus Siotkas excels as a highly motivated secondary school counselor in New York. Most recently, in January 2010, he founded an organization called FrontBulb that offers exceptional learning possibilities for young students in southern Westchester County, New York. Actively engaged as a student coach at FrontBulb, Marcus Siotkas and his associates strive to help students develop well-rounded cognitive, emotional, social, and physical skills. The programs are loosely structured to facilitate creativity and originality. In addition to his work with FrontBulb, Marcus Siotkas also currently serves as a School Counselor at New Rochelle High School. During the summer months, Marcus Siotkas participates in Columbia University’s Summer High School Program as an Instructor and Program Coordinator. Since beginning his professional career as a counselor in 1998, Marcus Siotkas’ experience includes serving as a Counseling Office Associate at the Rochester Institute of Technology, a Counselor for Community Mainstream Associates, and School Counselor at Mamaroneck High School. Beyond his work as a counselor, Marcus Siotkas previously worked as a Trading Assistant on the New York Stock Exchange. Educated at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Marcus Siotkas earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Industrial Design with an Economics concentration in December 2002. Pursuing his career in counseling, Marcus Siotkas attended Teachers College, Columbia University, earning his Master of Education in Psychological Counseling with a concentration in School Counseling in May 2006. Committed to professional development, Marcus Siotkas maintains affiliations with organizations including the American School Counselor Association, the National Association for College Admission Counseling, Westchester Putnam Rockland Counseling Association, and The Industrial Designers Society of America.