Our Advisors

Lieutenant General (R) Mark C. Schwartz

Lieutenant General (R) Mark Schwartz has over 20 years of exemplary global leadership experience, leading multi-service, multinational, and intergovernmental teams. He is driven by optimism while inspiring and empowering associates to achieve organizational objectives and their career goals.

LTG (R) Schwartz's experiences have allowed him to demonstrate his expertise in operations management, strategic planning, and exceptional fiscal discipline overseeing multi-billion-dollar programming budgets.

A career Green Beret, LTG (R) Schwartz has served throughout the Middle East, North Africa, and Europe. These experiences have resulted in him developing lasting relationships with a multitude of U.S. Allies and Partners.

LTG (R) Schwartz's most recent position as United States Security Coordinator for Israel and the Palestinian Authority saw him lead the team responsible for U.S. security policy in developing Palestinian Authority Security Forces and manage a five-year $350 million Security Assistance programming budget.

As the Deputy Commander for the Joint Special Operations Command LTG (R) Schwartz was responsible for managing a $2.3B operating budget, care and maintenance of $10B of infrastructure, and a $12.3B programming portfolio.

LTG (R) Schwartz's other General Officer assignments included Commander of Special Operations Command Europe, Deputy Commanding General for Maneuver 1st Cavalry Division, and Deputy Commander for the Special Operations Joint Task Force in Afghanistan.

Lieutenant General (R) Mark C. Schwartz

What does Scale Facilitation® 
mean to you?

“Scale Facilitation® brings together all the necessary core business competencies to enable individuals and organizations to realize their dreams of delivering innovative scientific and technology-based capabilities for the betterment of civil society. We foster the United States and Australia strategic relationship in a business culture that places integrity and trust at the forefront of every decision."