Mark Shaiken joins me for a wide-ranging conversation on Life Without Limits. We talk career changes, the impact of art on youth, and Habitat for Humanity.
After over 41 years as a high-powered attorney, Mark Shaiken left the law office. And, he never returned. Instead, he leaned into his interests for photography and helping others.
Since, Shaiken has authored: And… Just Like That – Essays on a life before during and after the law. This poignant and funny essay collection is a must-read for anyone considering a career change. As well, it’s an great collection anyone involved in a law profession.
Mark survived several decades in the corporate bankruptcy trenches. And, for 10 years he sat on his law firm’s board of directors and was a member of its strategic planning committee. He holds his B.A. from Haverford College and received his J.D. from Washburn University. Also, he is a graduate of the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts’ Leadership Arts program. Shaiken holds several seats on art boards and sits on Habitat for Humanity.
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