Marc LinmoreSenior Communications Strategist, Alumni and Scholar Programs
Mr. Linmore joined the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation in 2013. He is responsible for designing, developing, and implementing dynamic communication strategies to strengthen the network of over 1,300 Cooke Scholar alumni, connect alumni to the scholar community, and celebrate the Foundation’s mission and impact.
As the Foundation’s principal storyteller and creative director, he is also responsible for developing, writing, producing, and distributing multimedia content, primarily video in short- and long-form documentary-style pieces as well as instructional materials in a variety of media.
Before joining the Foundation, Mr. Linmore worked for nine years at Discovery Communications, both in production management and as an associate producer at Discovery Studios. Prior to his tenure at Discovery, Mr. Linmore worked in the Program and Production Group at Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts.
Mr. Linmore graduated with honors from James Madison University with a B.B.A. in Marketing.