Mark Schroeder

2010 | President's AwardCompany: VeenendaalCave

Mark Schroeder, Vice President at VeenendaalCave, received the 2010 BOMA Atlanta President’s Award. The award, which is given at the discretion of the BOMA Atlanta President, was created to recognize an individual who has had a significant impact on the organization.

“Mark Schroeder started making contributions to BOMA Atlanta the moment he became a member,” said Michelle Dixon, 2010 BOMA Atlanta President. “Aside from being an honest and friendly BOMA allied member, Mark served as vice chair of the Government Affairs Committee with great success. His leadership was proven through his actions as the association battled mandated ordinances and felt the impact of changes in building codes—a subject on which Mark is quite the expert. Mark has a servant’s heart with a teacher’s mentality. His willingness to speak with those who thirst for information makes him an attractive conversation partner for members who are unsure or intimidated about government advocacy. Mark has proven to be an appreciated supporter of the association, not only through his company’s support as an allied member company, but also through his individual contributions to the Government Affairs Committee and to the association as a whole.”

Mark joined BOMA in 2006 and has been an active member of the Allied Member Council and in 2010 he served as vice chair of the Government Affairs Committee.

Mark joined VeenendaalCave, a Georgia-based contract interior design firm, in October 1995. When he received the President’s Award, Mark was serving as Vice President for the firm.

Mark graduated from New Jersey Institute of Technology with a degree in Architecture in 1987.