Marc has established a reputation as a leading strategist in managing crisis, with more than 25 years’ experience with various U.S. agencies and organizations.
His international experience in crisis management and complex investigations includes work in Europe, South and Central America. He has worked closely with diplomats, the U.S. State Department and foreign governments.
During the last decade, he served in a diplomatic mission within the U.S. State Department mission, as one of the senior FBI and U.S. Department of Justice officials fostering strategic partnerships with international enforcement, intelligence and security services. He led one of the FBI elite units responsible for coordinating the U.S. response to hostage-takings and national security threats to U.S. citizens in Central and South America.
As one of the leads managing hostage incidents, kidnapping for ransom and extortion in the Spanish speaking world, he created best practices in in Central and South America, which are some of the most challenging areas in the world.
As an FBI certified police instructor, crisis manager and graduate from the FBI’s Hostage Negotiation Program, Marc has successfully intervened in crises on behalf of governments, corporations, NGO's, and individuals, and has experience in diverse and, complex cross-cultural environments.