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Mark K. Wallace
Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing
Mark Wallace was appointed Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing in July 2018 to lead the company’s commercial organization, as well as real estate and facilities functions. He joined CSX as Executive Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Chief of Staff in spring 2017 and was named Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer in January 2018.
Prior to joining CSX, he served as the Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Chief of Staff at Canadian Pacific, a role he was appointed to in July 2012. While at Canadian Pacific, Wallace was responsible for the law department, corporate communications and public affairs, investor relations, facilities and real estate functions as well as overseeing the efficient operations within the president and Chief Executive Officer’s office.
Prior to his time at Canadian Pacific, Wallace spent more than 15 years in various senior management positions with Canadian National (CN). At CN, he led the public affairs function in both Canada and the U.S., and prior to that, he was the Chief of Staff in the office of the president and Chief Executive Officer.
Wallace serves on the Board of Directors of Wolfson Children’s Hospital, one of the country’s top pediatric hospitals.