|University of Pennsylvania, BS||1992|
|Stanford University, JD||1997|
Marc leads worldwide strategic and platform partnerships at Dropbox.
Prior to Dropbox, Marc built and led business development, sales, marketing, communications, social media and content operations at StumbleUpon after its spin-out from eBay, helping more than 3x users (+20M) (including scaling mobile from zero to 11M+ installs) and 10x revenue (http://go.bloomberg.com/tech-deals/2013-09-18-decade-old-stumbleupon-finds-profits-in-the-mobile-era/).
Prior to StumbleUpon, Marc led various parts of Google’s global partnership initiatives over seven years, during which time he helped build and manage several multibillion-dollar search, advertising and software businesses, and forged several of the company’s landmark revenue and distribution relationships on desktop and mobile. For his work, Marc was recognized with a Founders’ Award (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GoogleFounders’Award) and an office the size of a janitorial closet.
Prior to Google, Marc co-founded a web-based financial services start-up, was responsible for corporate development for a publicly traded software firm and was an investment banker. Before his mind started turning to mush, he could consistently complete the Sunday NYTimes crossword puzzle in under 15 minutes.