Mark Stallworth

Mark A. Stallworth was born in Miami, Florida. As a product of the Miami-Dade County Public Schools System, he graduated Hubert O. Sibley Elementary School, Thomas Jefferson Middle School, and William H. Turner Technical Arts Senior High School (Class of 2010- Construction Management and Architectural Technology). After graduating from William H. Turner Technical Arts Senior High School, Mark A. Stallworth enrolled at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU). At FAMU, he served as the Chapter President of the Beta Nu Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated and served as a Campus Representative for Microsoft. Mark was also selected as one of 20 scholars nationwide to enter General Electric and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.’s coveted “College to Corporate” Program in 2014. Mr. Stallworth graduated from FAMU with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology in the spring of 2014.

Upon graduating, he remained in the North Florida-South Georgia area to work for theSherwin-Williams Company, an American Fortune 500 company in the paint industry in Management. He later resigned and returned home to Miami to embark on a path of public service. Mark A. Stallworth is currently a Community Affairs Liaison who works for the City of Miami in the Office of the Commissioner Keon Hardemon- District 5. Mark has built relationships within partner organizations to streamline the activation of mutually beneficial programs throughout the City of Miami. Mark has also drafted legislation related to improving the quality of life for residents within the City of Miami in several aspects. Mark is also a contributor to the Miami Times and has published articles that have been featured in the Miami Times which is South Florida's African-American newspaper.