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Mark Seelen T’17

Mark Seelen T’17

Mark is a second-year dual degree student at Tuck and the Dartmouth Institute, also serving as a Healthcare Initiative Fellow at Tuck. He graduated from the United States Military Academy with a Bachelor of Science. Prior to Tuck, Mark served as an Infantry Officer in the U.S. Army, leading platoons in Iraq and Afghanistan. He subsequently served as a Platoon Trainer and Logistics Officer at the U.S. Army Ranger School. Following Mark’s transition from the military, he has focused his professional aspirations on healthcare delivery because of its mission-oriented mindset, leadership opportunities, and innumerable chances to help people directly everyday – the same characteristics that drew him to military service. At Tuck, he has been actively involved in the Healthcare Club, and completed a first year project focused on business development for Iora Health in New Hampshire and Vermont. Between his first and second year, Mark interned at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Perioperative Services, where he worked on projects relating to operational improvements and financial analysis. Mark wishes to continue in a career in healthcare administration at an academic medical center in New England following graduation.