Mark Andersen is the Co-founder and CEO of Lifeliqe, a workforce development and education platform for students to learn visually in digital 3D. Lifeliqe was chosen to be a key partner in the first-in-the-U.S. workforce development workforce recovery initiative in Nevada. Lifeliqe's platform distributes the world's largest digital Science library available in interactive 3D models, augmented reality, and virtual reality. Mark focuses on expanding Lifeliqe's career exploration and job training learning resources into schools and libraries. He created Lifeliqe's partnership with the Nevada State Library launching XR into 16 Nevada libraries. Lifeliqe is partnering with the College of Southern Nevada's dialysis tech certification program where Lifeliqe is piloting a first-in-the-world VR simulation to train dialysis technicians. Previously he was the Business School Chairman at Anglo-American University where he also taught for five years. For the past twenty years Mark has worked as a marketing leader in tech startups in Silicon Valley. Before getting his MBA from Northwestern University (Kellogg) Mark co-founded a successful startup that grew to 120 employees.