Mark F. Magazu, II, MPA, JD
President & Chief Executive Officer
Mark founded Atlas Strategies after previously working for Wachovia Securities, where he contributed to a specialized wealth management group that commanded more than $350 million under management for a select group of clients with accounts $1 million and over (2007-2008).
Prior to this, Mark worked as a Communications Specialist in the Office of the President at Georgetown University (2005-2006), where he handled speechwriting and critical message development for a university president who delivered over 300 speeches per year across the United States and the world.
Mark has worked with high profile figures across a range of sectors, including domestic and foreign governments, television, film, music, athletics and business. His clients include Fortune 500 companies, 501(c)3 organizations, standout college and professional athletes, actors and performers appearing in film and television, musical talent produced in major studios, and other premier individuals and corporate entities.
As President and Chief Executive Officer of Atlas Strategies, Mark is responsible for both the day-to-day operations as well as the strategic long-term growth of the company.
Mark holds the following designations and qualifications:
- Juris Doctor: Georgetown University Law Center
- Master of Arts, Public Administration: Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs
- Bachelor of Arts, Economics and Political Science: Columbia University
- General Securities Representative/Series 7 (inactive): Financial Industry Regulatory Authority
- Uniform Combined State Law Exam/Series 66 (inactive): Financial Industry Regulatory Authority
- Contract Advisor/Agent – National Football League and Major League Baseball
Mark has held positions and/or internships with the following organizations & entities:
- Wachovia Securities, consulting on business process reengineering for a prominent wealth management group (2004)
- The Council on Foreign Relations, focusing on dignitary events in New York City (2003)
- The British Parliament, serving the Scottish National Party, focusing on immigration policy (2002)
- The White House, serving the President’s Counsel of Economic Advisors, focusing on tax policy (2001)
- The Elizabeth Dole for President Exploratory Committee, serving as a personal aide to the candidate and as a speechwriter (2000)
- The Office of Congressman Frank LoBiondo, serving as a legislative intern (1999)