Mark Serrano

Mark-Serrano.jpgMark Serrano is a leading political strategist, public affairs and digital PR expert, internet entrepreneur, and a regular commentator and blogger on politics and business. At the outset of the Catholic Church child sex abuse crisis in 2002, Mark Serrano’s story of abuse and secrecy was featured in a front page story in the New York Times, in which he became the first clergy abuse survivor to publicly break a gag order in a church settlement through the national media. This launched a new role for Serrano as a national advocate for childhood sexual abuse survivors and sex abuse prevention, including serving as a SNAP board member for five years. Serrano has been featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and in award-winning documentary films, including Holy Watergate. He is a recipient of the 2005 Voices of Courage award, presented to him by Darkness to Light, an organization nationally recognized for its work in childhood sexual abuse prevention and education.

Mark and his wife, Stacy Serrano, are raising their four children together at their home in northern Virginia.

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