is president and managing partner of MediaSphere Partners, LLC, a financial advisory and business development company specializing in media and communications.
Mark is president of Mars Communications Inc., a wireless broadband spectrum company.
Mark has worked in more than 25 countries in Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean providing mergers, acquisitions and financial services to companies involved in cable TV, broadcasting radio and TV, programming, publishing and telecommunications.
Mark holds M.A. and B.S. degrees from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, where he has been on the advisory board since 1998.
Mark also presently serves as follows: chairman of the international development committee at The Cable Center, the Denver, Colorado-based educational center and museum of the cable TV industry; advisory board member of the Institute for Research In Art, which consists of Graphic studio and the Contemporary Art Museum at the University of South Florida; advisory council member of the Center for International Business at USF; board member and chairman of the public policy committee of Creative Tampa Bay; and advisory board member of Arte, the Latin American arts festival in Tampa Bay.
Mark Sena has two teenage daughters and is married to Tampa city councilperson Linda Saul-Sena.