Mark Kveton

Mark Kveton
Student Leadership Instructor and Drum Major Camp Director

The 2018 season will be MARK KVETON’S seventh year on the Pacific Crest instructional staff, and eighth year as the Director of the Pacific Crest Drum Major Camp.

Over the last decade, Mark has held a variety of positions in the marching arts activity, spanning from instruction to administration. In addition to his roles with Pacific Crest, Mark is a freelance clinician/educator/designer, and also serves on the faculty for the Drum Corps International (DCI) Leadership Seminar, where he mentors and trains student leaders from across the country. Mark was previously a member of the administrative team for Pulse Percussion from 2014-2017, including his role as Director from 2015-2017. High school programs Mark has taught include Rowland, Esperanza, Santa Monica, and Gladstone.

Mark was the Drum Major for Pacific Crest from 2008-2011, and was a Jim Jones Leadership Award World Class Finalist in 2010. During that time, he also attended the University of California, Irvine and received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Social Behavior. He presently holds a full time position with the University of Southern California as an Assistant Director of Admission for the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.

Mark lives with his wife Antoinette (fellow Pacific Crest alum) in Glendale, CA.