Brother Mark Crain

Mark Crain is a digital strategist and community organizer with local and national experience. After running a web development firm for five years, Mark led communications at Chicago’s Inner-City Muslim Action Network, and then ran several digital programs at Obama 2012. Mark is a co-founder of MPower Change, a rapid-response campaigning organization mobilizing Muslims and their allies, as well as the executive director of Dream of Detroit, combining community organizing and development on Detroit’s Westside. At MoveOn, Mark serves as Chief of Member Experience, where he is responsible for ensuring that members have the most engaging and fulfilling digital experience possible, and where he manages email growth, mobile innovation and campaigning, and product development. Mark has worked on successful campaigns to prevent U.S. military intervention in Syria, expand Medicaid access in GOP-led states, and take down the Confederate flag in South Carolina. He has been featured in media outlets including The Detroit Free Press, The Nation, and The Guardian, and NPR.