Mark Fitzpatrick has served more than two decades in the fields of Technology, Banking and Operations Management. He presently serves as the Chief of Technology Operations for the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute. Mr. Fitzpatrick oversees Information Technology and Information Systems where he helps to provide a sustainable, secure and strategic technology direction for the organization. Through a cooperative agreement with the National Archives & Records Administration, he is also responsible for the digital and interactive exhibits housed within the Ronald Reagan Library Museum. The institution serves more than 400,000 constituents annually.
Prior to joining the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute, Mr. Fitzpatrick served as the Executive Vice President and managing partner in a Los Angeles based technology firm. He helped the firm reach its goals toward improved and cost-effective technology service delivery for small, medium and enterprise sized businesses throughout California.
Outside of technology, Mr. Fitzpatrick spent more than twelve years working for some of the largest mortgage banking institutions in California and the country. As Executive Director for TMSF Holdings, Inc. he was charged with streamlining operations with a presence in 48 states and annual production in excess of $2Billion. Throughout, he developed efficiencies by leveraging technology while improving regulatory compliance and underwriting efficiency. He was appointed as Chairman of TMSF’s Information Technology Steering Committee to help shape the organizations technology and operational future. He was also a key contributor and architect to the creation, testing and implementation of TMSF’s web-based automated underwriting and loan management system.
Before TMSF Holdings, Inc., Mr. Fitzpatrick held the position of Vice President, Consumer Banking for IndyMac Bank (originally founded as Countrywide Mortgage Investment) the 7th largest mortgage originator in the United States. He was responsible for centralizing mortgage processing, underwriting, compliance and information technology in the Pasadena, CA. and West Covina, CA. facilities. He departed from IndyMac Bank in 2004 prior to its controversial and well publicized end in 2008.
While not at work, he is an avid and nationally ranked competitive runner. He has received All American Track & Field Masters awards in the events of 1500, 3000, 5000 and 10000 meters and was a Bronze Medal recipient at the 2016 USA Track & Field National Masters 1500 meter event. He earned a spot on the podium in the individual rank for the USA Track & Field Masters Cross Country, Southern California series in 2016. He trains with his coach and team in the greater Los Angeles and surrounding areas.
Mr. Fitzpatrick is married with three sons and one daughter.