Marc is the Director of Tennis for the City of Oakland. Since starting in early 2011, Marc has turned the City's tennis operations around. Davie Stadium is now self-sustaining and hosts six USTA tournaments and over twenty USTA teams each year. In 2012, Davie Stadium was recognized as the best tennis facility in the East Bay by the readers of East Bay Express.
Prior to coming to Oakland, Marc was the Director of Tennis at Mills College. In addition to coaching the college team, Marc founded the Mills Community Tennis Program (MCTP). MCTP provides free tennis instruction, mentoring and academic tutoring to underserved youth from the Oakland Public Schools. In 2003, Marc was awarded the USTA's Multicultural Participation Committee's Service award for outstanding programming to the multicultural community. Marc also received the NADIIIAA's National Award for Community Service in 2004 and was recognized with the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's Sectional Community Service Award on four occasions between 2003 and 2008.
Marc also spent fifteen years as Head Professional/Director of Tennis at Rolling Hills Club in Marin County where he developed scores of top junior tennis players, including many who went on to play at the collegiate level and earn scholarships. In 2001, Rolling Hills Club was honored as the United States Tennis Association's Organization of the Year.
Marc grew up playing tennis on the public courts in New York City and eventually became the director of Manhattan's free summer junior tennis program, supervising six sites throughout the city. Marc's playing background includes four years of NCAA Division I tennis and two years competing on the professional satellite circuit. Since moving to Northern California, Marc has been ranked #3 in men's 5.5 singles and #4 in men's 30's singles. In 2007, Marc won the ATA National championship in the men's 40's singles division.