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Mark Goldberg

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Born in New York City and raised in Oradell, New Jersey, Mark moved to Arizona in 1991 to attend Arizona State University. After graduating from ASU, Mark returned to the East Coast, where he worked in production for Fox News Channel in New York City. Mark decided to return to Arizona a few years later and has lived and worked in North Scottsdale ever since. Mark is currently an active Realtor who primarily focuses on flipping properties.  He also manages the day to day operations of the Goldberg Family Foundation, a private foundation that makes grants to several Phoenix based charities.  Mark has a passion for helping today’s youth and feels honored to be a part of Not My Kid’s mission. Mark is married to his wife, Nicole, and has two young boys, Brody and Blake.  In his free time you can find Mark on the golf course, at a poker table, or spending time with his family.

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