Mark Shaiken is a retired corporate bankruptcy attorney who served for 10 years on his law firm’s Board of Directors and was a member of its strategic planning committee. A sports-and- action photographer, he combines a love of learning with his interest in the photographic arts as an instructor for Task Force: ISO’s SUPPORT: Photography Training programs. Mark is a graduate of the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts’ (CBCA) Leadership Arts program and holds seats on other Boards of Directors, sits on Habitat for Humanity’s audit and finance committee, and is a member of the Downtown Denver Partnership’s Mobility Council. Mark and his wife, Loren, a veterinary radiologist, moved to Denver from Kansas City in 2015.
Mark holds a BA from Haverford College and a JD from Washburn University.
Task Force: ISO engages and inspires Veterans through photography. Veterans gain purpose through activity and self-discovery and build community through continued mentorship and support.