Mark Di Vincenzo is a journalist with nearly a quarter century of experience.
He was the first reporter in Ohio to write about the state’s first AIDS victim and about one of the first Ohioans diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease.
Mark moved to Virginia, to work for the Daily Press. There, he exposed wrongs, such as rampant abuses at public mental hospitals and decades of neglect by the agencies that monitor the environment.
Newspapers from coast to coast, from The Washington Post to the Spokane Review, published many of his stories, regardless of their length.
Mark has won numerous awards, competing against reporters from throughout the South.
During the summer of 2007, Mark left daily journalism to pursue book projects.
Born and reared in Cleveland, Mark is a first generation American who graduated with honors from Bowling Green State University.
Mark live in Newport News, Virginia a town famous for citizens William Styron, Ella Fitzgerald and Pearl Bailey.
Mark is married with two daughters. His oldest daughter attends Oklahoma University.