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Background Information

Employment History

President
Saratoga Springs Restaurants

Software Engineer
Continental Corporation

Partner and Co-Chairman of the Capital Markets Group
Dewey Ballantine LLP

Chief Business Officer
New York Water Taxi

Application Engineer
Jaguar Land Rover

Affiliations

Committee Member
The Allegiance Bowl Committee Inc

Chief Executive Officer
Progenics Pharmaceuticals , Inc.

Admissions Advisor
Reading College

Education

A.B. degree
History and Biochemistry
Columbia College

J.D.

Columbia University School of Law

Web References (84 Total References)


The City Center's ...

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The City Center's 2014 annual report, delivered to the Saratoga Springs City Council this past Tuesday, April 21 by City Center President Mark Baker, detailed several other pieces of good news, including: -The 157 events represented a new record in building use days; the City Center was in use for 314.5 days in the...


The City Center's ...

www.saratogatodaynewspaper.com [cached]

The City Center's 2014 annual report, delivered to the Saratoga Springs City Council this past Tuesday, April 21 by City Center President Mark Baker, detailed several other pieces of good news, including: -The 157 events represented a new record in building use days; the City Center was in use for 314.5 days in the...


The theme of this year's convention ...

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The theme of this year's convention is "New York Charm - City to Farm" and the estimated 800 -1,200 attendees, according to City Center President Mark Baker, will get a taste of some of the great attractions the Saratoga region has to offer - including the Saratoga Battlefield and The National Museum of Racing; fun stops like the Saratoga Strike Zone and Great Escape, in addition to Holstein breeder farm tours such as Kings-Ransom.

The convention attendees are potential buyers for the approximately 80 head of Holstein cattle that will be auctioned. "These are the most prized breed in the dairy industry," Baker said. "The highest quality stock is here in the Northeast, and we anticipate interested parties coming in from all 50 states, as well as from Europe, South America and Asia."
In explaining how this particular convention deal came about, Mark Baker cited several factors.
...
Baker also cited the emphasis that Saratoga County places on its agricultural industry as a factor in the decision to locate the convention here.
The economic impact on the local area, which Baker estimates could run upwards of hundreds of thousands of dollars during the conventioneer's stay, should udder-ly delight local hoteliers and merchants. Sorry.
But the convention attendees will also be here for serious business, and will spend from tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars themselves on the prized dairy cattle. "Holsteins are the go-to breed in the dairy industry," Baker said. While many of the events surrounding the convention are for attendees, Baker noted that there are several portions that the local residents could participate and enjoy.
...
The City Center's 2014 annual report, delivered to the Saratoga Springs City Council this past Tuesday, April 21 by City Center President Mark Baker, detailed several other pieces of good news, including:
-The 157 events represented a new record in building use days; the City Center was in use for 314.5 days in the last calendar year. This translates into overall occupancy of 86 percent. They hosted 68 conventions and conferences.
"This is a testament to the investment the community made in our recent expansion," Baker noted.
...
Perhaps the best news that Mark Baker delivered to the city council is that the 2014 numbers were by no means a high-water mark for the Saratoga Springs City Center. He noted that for the first quarter of 2015, data for both events and guests were trending ahead of 2014's record figures.
"The days of a 'slow' or 'shoulder' season are a thing of the past in Saratoga Springs. Baker said.
...
Saratoga Springs City Center President Mark Baker, who advocated that the city do all it can from a "legal, legislative and civil" standpoint to oppose SCR's expansion, also delivered the City Center's annual report for 2013. Mr. Baker noted that the facility had maintained its high plateau that it established after its expansion in 2011.


The theme of this year's convention ...

www.saratogatodaynewspaper.com [cached]

The theme of this year's convention is "New York Charm - City to Farm" and the estimated 800 -1,200 attendees, according to City Center President Mark Baker, will get a taste of some of the great attractions the Saratoga region has to offer - including the Saratoga Battlefield and The National Museum of Racing; fun stops like the Saratoga Strike Zone and Great Escape, in addition to Holstein breeder farm tours such as Kings-Ransom.

The convention attendees are potential buyers for the approximately 80 head of Holstein cattle that will be auctioned. "These are the most prized breed in the dairy industry," Baker said. "The highest quality stock is here in the Northeast, and we anticipate interested parties coming in from all 50 states, as well as from Europe, South America and Asia."
In explaining how this particular convention deal came about, Mark Baker cited several factors.
...
Baker also cited the emphasis that Saratoga County places on its agricultural industry as a factor in the decision to locate the convention here.
The economic impact on the local area, which Baker estimates could run upwards of hundreds of thousands of dollars during the conventioneer's stay, should udder-ly delight local hoteliers and merchants. Sorry.
But the convention attendees will also be here for serious business, and will spend from tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars themselves on the prized dairy cattle. "Holsteins are the go-to breed in the dairy industry," Baker said. While many of the events surrounding the convention are for attendees, Baker noted that there are several portions that the local residents could participate and enjoy.


The theme of this year's convention ...

www.saratogatodaynewspaper.com [cached]

The theme of this year's convention is "New York Charm - City to Farm" and the estimated 800 -1,200 attendees, according to City Center President Mark Baker, will get a taste of some of the great attractions the Saratoga region has to offer - including the Saratoga Battlefield and The National Museum of Racing; fun stops like the Saratoga Strike Zone and Great Escape, in addition to Holstein breeder farm tours such as Kings-Ransom.

The convention attendees are potential buyers for the approximately 80 head of Holstein cattle that will be auctioned. "These are the most prized breed in the dairy industry," Baker said. "The highest quality stock is here in the Northeast, and we anticipate interested parties coming in from all 50 states, as well as from Europe, South America and Asia."
In explaining how this particular convention deal came about, Mark Baker cited several factors.
...
Baker also cited the emphasis that Saratoga County places on its agricultural industry as a factor in the decision to locate the convention here.
The economic impact on the local area, which Baker estimates could run upwards of hundreds of thousands of dollars during the conventioneer's stay, should udder-ly delight local hoteliers and merchants. Sorry.
But the convention attendees will also be here for serious business, and will spend from tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars themselves on the prized dairy cattle. "Holsteins are the go-to breed in the dairy industry," Baker said. While many of the events surrounding the convention are for attendees, Baker noted that there are several portions that the local residents could participate and enjoy.

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