Mark Fitzpatrick has worked nearly three decades in the fields of Technology, Finance and Operations Management and has served the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute in several capacities. From 2010 to 2021, he served as the Chief Technology Officer modernizing and overseeing the technology, information, and systems needs for the organization. Mr. Fitzpatrick was a key contributor in the design and multi-year implementation of the technology systems infrastructure for the Reagan Institute located in Washington DC which officially opened its doors in 2022.
In 2021 Mr. Fitzpatrick served an appointment with the United States Department of Defense, Department of the Air Force where he worked in a technology and information role supporting the United States Strategic Command.
With the Foundation’s decision to develop and execute an aggressive digital strategy to grow the nonprofit’s e-commerce, online fundraising, and membership and related revenue, Mr. Fitzpatrick’s role increased. He now serves as the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute’s Chief Data and Digital Commerce Officer, responsible for those lines of business as well as the critically important supportive functions of Information Technology, Data Management and Data Security. The organization, based in California and Washington DC serves more than 400,000 constituents annually with a membership base spanning the United States and abroad.
Prior to joining the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute, Mr. Fitzpatrick held various senior positions as the Executive Vice President and Partner for a Los Angeles based technology firm, he was the Executive Director for TMSF Holdings the public holding company to a national mortgage lender and, Vice President of Consumer Lending for IndyMac Bank (originally founded as Countrywide Mortgage Investment).
Mr. Fitzpatrick attended American Military University and received specialized technology training from Defense Acquisition University. He has enjoyed board appointments with New West Symphony, Boy Scouts of America and is a member of the American Alliance of Museums and the National Defense Industrial Association.