Mark McAuliffe, MSM, has a varied business background ranging from Navy Shipbuilding to numerous healthcare related leadership positions.
He received a B.A. in economics and administrative science from Colby College in 1979, and a Masters Degree in management from the Sloan School of Business, Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1981.
Mark worked at Bath Iron Works from 1981-1994, rising to Vice President of Planning and Materials where he was responsible for all procurement, warehousing and delivery of materials as well as all construction scheduling and manpower planning for Navy Cruiser and Destroyer contracts at the yard. He managed a staff of more than 800 employees. 
He then became managing partner at Orthopaedic Associates from 1994-2006 helping the practice grow significantly and led the expansion of the outpatient surgery center adding two additional outpatient operating rooms as well as purchasing of an MRI for the practice.
From 2006-2008 Mark was Chief Clinical Operations officer at Martin’s Point Healthcare. In 2008 he, along with four other partners opened Apothecary by Design pharmacy on Marginal Way in Portland. In six years the business has grown to more than 85 employees and opened a second location on 141 Preble Street in Portland in 2013. Sales in 2015 are estimated to be approximately $160,000,000. The business has won several awards, including "Portland Business of the Year" in 2014, the "Inc. 5000" list of the fastest growing private businesses in the U.S. in 2014 and 2015, the "Governor’s Award for Business Excellence" in 2015 and "Best Places to Work in Maine" in 2014 and 2015.

Active in many local and professional organizations, Mark is past president of the Portland Community Chamber of Commerce. In 2014 he received the Chamber’s Lifetime Achievement Award for his service to the Chamber and Portland community. He is also a trustee of the Tilton School. He has also served on the board of directors of the Maine Health Management Coalition and served on the Bayside Trail capital campaign committee.