Mark Fullerton retired from the Information Technology (IT) industry in March 2014, where his last job was an Internet Consultant. In this role he worked on proposals for a broad range of clients and assisted them with the implementation of new software. Some of these projects included the implementation of social media tools within the organization in order to improve collaboration across organizational boundaries. He also did a lot of technical writing.
Wanting to put these skills to good use after he retired, there was a good fit with the Communications Committee at P.A.C.E. He had intended to start off as a committee member, but once the role of VP Communications opened up, it did not take much effort for Sandra and Diana to convince him to join the Board.
Mark’s other recent volunteer work was at the Thornhill Seniors Club where he led the Technology Corner and the Camera Club. In this capacity he assisted members with computer related problems, and in turn have asked them to donate to P.A.C.E. and the Wolmer’s Auditorium Fund. Both Mark and his father, Kenn, were graduates of Wolmer’s Boys’ School in Kingston, Jamaica.