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Mark London: Member Spotlight - March 3

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Mark London has a wealth of experience in business development with skills ranging from fe3ct8hfF4d_LOzu8sqFZ2qi8tpkvlZdWcvGHqWM0DYdigital marketing, advertising, and branding to finance and software development. He is now applying those skills to an  INBA business member, Skils’kin, a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) helping individuals with disabilities find employment. A crucial aspect of Skils’kin is matching employees with the right businesses that can provide the right environment for these individuals to thrive.

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INBA has already utilized Skils’kin services to finalize the 2015 Directories by adding stickers to the cover.

That’s where Mark comes in: through The AbilityOne Program, Skils’kin creates jobs and training opportunities for people who are blind or who have other severe disabilities. Mark is consistently finding new businesses and new opportunities to help make a difference in his community. He is hopeful that his time in Spokane will “help break down barriers between the business community and people with disabilities.”

Mark hopes to do the same for the LGBT community in Spokane. He lived on East Coast after graduating from the University of Oregon, but admits that the Pacific Northwest has called him back. Though Mark has lived in dense, metropolitan areas working with large clients, he is excited for the experience of working with a non-profit in a new city. “Spokane is blossoming and diversity is making it stronger.” He loves the outdoors; having spent six months in the Australian Outback, Mark is more than prepared to take on the wilderness of the Inland Northwest. He is also looking to network and get involved with different business and non-profit groups in Spokane, and finding that INBA is a great resource.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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