Mark Cerny, B.A., Architecture Recognized as one of the 2015 18 of 9 Honorees

Mark Cerny

Mark Cerny, B.A., Architecture, Founder of eMCee Design and active in service and mission work was one of 18 inductees chosen for the 2015 class of 18 Of the Last 9. Mark was selected from an outstanding pool of more than 120 young alumni, with achievements and demonstrated passions in fields ranging from medicine and architecture to business innovation and protecting the oceans. The honorees will be on campus Oct. 22-23, speaking in classrooms, meeting with student groups and reconnecting with faculty.

Mark approaches life as an opportunity to share his gifts with those in need. His efforts include mission trips to the Dominican Republic to coordinate the planning and construction of projects that improve living conditions, leading a Hands on Housing team in Washington, D.C., and serving his local parish, St. Charles Borromeo, in several leadership roles. Mark founded the architecture firm eMCee Design in 2012 as a way to emphasize business for the good for others. As the firm grows and evolves, its work includes planning and funding for community service projects, involvement with the D.C. Architecture in the Schools program, and current efforts planning a design-build service project with Catholic University in D.C.

Congratulations Mark and the 2015 class of 18 Of the Last 9!