Dr. Mark S. Benn is a licensed psychologist, an adjunct professor at Colorado State University, and a nationally respected executive trainer, mediator and keynote presenter on team building, workplace development and doing business multi-culturally.

Mark received his doctorate from the University of Northern Colorado in counseling psychology in 1986. After completing an internship at Ohio State University, he began his professional career there as a psychologist and in private practice from 1986 to 1991.

Following his time in Ohio, Mark returned to Colorado and continued his career as a psychologist, professor and consultant to numerous businesses in the areas of mediation and workplace cultures.

Mark has conducted workshops throughout the country and consulted on such topics as team building, multi-cultural education, rape education, AIDS awareness, parenting, and workplace mediation. He has spoken at over 100 colleges and universities. He is frequently invited for return engagements as his reputation spreads across a campus as a powerful speaker who is both educational and entertaining.

His 2008 book Tales from the Couch and Other Stories illustrates common themes in peoples' lives through a collection of stories from Mark's twenty-five years interviewing, questioning, doing therapy and teaching. His previous writings include Working Together to Prevent Sexual Assault (1995).