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About Mark

I moved to Flagstaff Arizona after much prayerful deliberation - I wanted a place near the great outdoors. 

In 1997 I opened my construction business in Flagstaff: Highwood Construction

I am also a photographer and videographer - having studied electronic media, film and photography at NAU and the Hebrew University in Israel.

I have served as adjunct faculty at Indian Bible College, teaching Old Testament Narrative Books and Intro to Biblical Hebrew.

On June 2002, my travels to Israel landed me in the midst of a muslim terrorist attack.  More here

I have cohosted the Jeff Oravats Show on 97.1 FM (conservative talk radio)

I host the weekly Podcast: The Ringleaders - a conservative alternative to Nationally funded Public Radio


B.A. in History from Northern Arizona University.

M. A. in the Bible and the Ancient Near East from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. 

Legislative Intern -State of Arizona 2005

Member - International Code Council

I am fluent in modern and Biblical Hebrew.

Community Service:

Chess Coach for Coconino High School 2016-17

Chairman City of Flagstaff Bicycle Advisory Committee - 2016 - 2021

Member City of Flagstaff Building and Fire Code Board of Appeals - 2018 - 2024

International Mountain Biking Association - Member

Flagstaff Biking Organization - Member

Arizona Snowbowl - Courtesy Patrol 2015-2018 - member National Ski Patrol

Coconino County Search and Rescue Volunteer 2017 - 2024

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