As associate director of The Heritage Foundation's Strategy and Finance department, Mark J. Schreiber advances initiatives in corporate finance, enterprise strategy and new business. He leads cross-functional teams, conducts due diligence and primary research, and develops financial models to support related activities.
Schreiber previously served as Heritage's chief accountant, a position in which he implemented new processes to automate tasks in compatible systems and enhanced the think tank's business intelligence abilities through dashboard reporting. His strategic problem-solving in accounts payable was featured in 2009 by the Payments newsletter of the Association for Financial Professionals Inc.
Before joining Heritage in October 2007, Schreiber was senior accountant in the marketing finance division of Osram Sylvania, a lighting manufacturer in Danvers, Mass. He was the go-to financial analyst for Sylvania's new product development process. Before that, he was a marketing specialist in the company's consumer products channel.
A native of Maryland's Eastern Shore, Schreiber received a master of business administration degree from Johns Hopkins University's Carey Business School. He also holds a bachelor of arts degree in accounting and business administration from Gordon College in Wenham, Mass. He served three years on the college's alumni board.
Schreiber is a member of the Greater Washington Society of CPAs and Grace DC Presbyterian Church. He volunteers with Little Lights Urban Ministries, a nonprofit program for youth. He and his wife, Shannon, currently reside in Washington, D.C., with their son Behr.