Marc Wetherhorn has over 35 years of political, organizing and advocacy leadership experience at the state and national levels. Marc served for 15 years as the National Advocacy Director and Senior Director of Advocacy and Civic Engagement for the National Association of Community Health Centers, one of the most effective and successful health care associations in the country. Prior to joining NACHC, Marc worked on two statewide election campaigns in Georgia and on Capitol Hill and as the Director of State Operations for a United States Senator. After leaving the Senator’s staff, Marc founded and ran Georgia Citizen Action, a grass roots health, consumer and environmental advocacy organization that had over 15,000 members. He then served for eight years as Southern Regional Director for national Citizen Action, overseeing grassroots advocacy and organizing campaigns in seven southern states. Born in Savannah, Georgia, Marc grew up in Augusta, Georgia and earned a B.E. in Chemical Engineering from Vanderbilt University and an MBA from the University of Virginia. He and his wife, Rebecca, live in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.