Marc is the Ward 5 Alderman for the City of Annapolis, making him the first Hispanic/Latino elected official on the Annapolis City Council.
Marc also serves on the boards of Anne Arundel County Library Foundation, Monarch Academy Anne Arundel, and Anne Arundel Conflict Resolution Center.
Previously, Marc had a strong business career in both the United States and abroad. He worked in the financial services industry in China, where he helped found the Mexican Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, and was elected its second president for a 2 -year term. He later made partner at a consulting firm that focused on supporting business development projects between Latin America and China.
Marc grew up in Mexico to an American mother and Mexican father and completed his primary and secondary education in Mexico City, while spending his summers in Annapolis and his 11th grade year at Key School. The time Marc spent in Annapolis during his formative years had a profound impact on him, which he credits to his active involvement in the community. He was a member of the Chesapeake Youth Symphony Orchestra where he played the violin. He also rowed at the Annapolis Rowing Club, which led to a successful tenure in collegiate and national - team level rowing. Marc’s mother and aunt currently teach at Annapolis High School, and his Uncle Joe Suriano recently retired after 35 years as head coach of the Naval Academy’s diving team.
Marc received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Michigan, and is currently a third year law student at the University of Maryland Carey School of Law.