Marc is a recent graduate of Harvard College with a background in Art, Film, and Visual Studies and Government. Throughout his undergraduate studies, he worked as the co-chief intern at ReVista: The Harvard Review of Latin America doing digital media and administration, senior editor for the Harvard International Review, and freelance college admissions mentor. This past summer, he worked with MassINC as a research intern to create a research methodology which measures and studies how much pedestrian activity transits through civic spaces in five Massachusetts cities.
He is currently a Fellow with Ward Circle, where he brings his deep pool of digital media skills and overall versatility anywhere he is needed.
He is proudly Mexican-American and is fluently bilingual in Spanish. He is trying (and failing) to teach himself French and Danish.
Although Marc’s formal background is in film production, he is very interested in how people communicate and interact with, are impacted by, and shape the lives of those around them. How do we come to be who we are? He is excited about pursuing a PhD in sociology at some point in the future.
- Ward Circle Strategies, Fellow
- MassINC, Research and Communications Intern
- ReVista: Harvard Review of Latin America, Co-Chief Intern
- Harvard International Review, Senior Editor
3 Fun Facts
- Marc is infamous for falling down a particular flight of stairs when visiting his mother’s house and taking something else with him in the process. Memorable occasions include a plate full of food, a framed diploma, and his fiancé.
- In the past, Marc did a lot of large-scale world building and created numerous languages (including one full alphabet), governments, fantasy species, and cultures.
- He is ranked in the top 1% of North American League of Legends players.