Mark Chung Kwan Fan (he/him) currently serves as the Assistant Director for Engagement at the Spectrum Center at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. His main responsibilities focus on events and partnerships, external/community relations, assessment, alumni relations and donor stewardship, and the Center's communications work. With a student-centered approach, he grounds his work with anti-racism, gender inclusion, social justice foci while centering the intersections of students' multiple complex identities and experiences. Prior to joining the University of Michigan, Mark worked residence life, honors college, and international student programming. He currently is involved with ACPA-Michigan and engages with the local community as a board member of the U-M APID/A Staff Association (in which he co-leads the anti-racism working group); Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, The Original; and the U-M Rogel Cancer Center Community Advisory Board. Mark has had previous leadership involvement with ACPA: College Student Educators International and the Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals. Born and raised in Mauritius, he refers to the State of Michigan as a second home. He obtained his bachelor's degrees in Spanish and French from Adrian College followed by a master's degree from Michigan State University in Student Affairs Administration. Mark is a Taurus sun, a world traveler, and an Asian food lover.