Director of Criminal Justice - Policing
Marc serves a director of criminal justice with the policing team at Arnold Ventures. He directs strategy and portfolio development related to fair and effective policing with a current focus on police accountability.
Marc comes to Arnold Ventures with two decades of experience in policing, criminal justice, and security sector-focused work. Most recently, Marc served as senior program officer with the Open Society Foundations, where he led a 12-country portfolio focused on policing, community safety, and public health for the public health program. He also worked for Open Society's justice initiative, where he worked on advancing fair and effective policing in Western Europe, among other areas. In addition, Marc worked on international security sector governance and international development with DCAF - Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance, while based in Geneva, Switzerland. Marc also worked for a number of years in New York City on policing, criminal justice, and racial justice with the Center for Constitutional Rights and Communities United for Police Reform.
Marc's work on policing and security sector governance has been featured in outlets such as The New York Times, The Hill, Vice, Stat, The Crime Report, The Journal of Community Safety and Well-Being, the National Defense University, and MIT Press, among others. He received his master's degree in international studies and international history and politics from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (Geneva, Switzerland) and his bachelor's degree, with honors, in history and Latin American studies from New York University.