Mark Sellers took full advantage of the opportunities presented to him at Arizona. As a member of Kappa Sigma, Brother Sellers, when not instigating food fights found time to serve as Vice President. He also made his presence felt on campus as a member of the Daily Wildcat Staff, on Traditions, and as a member of the Inter Fraternity Council. He graduated with a B.A. in Government in 1971 and followed up with a Juris-Doctorate in ‘75.
After receiving his law degree, Sellers embarked on a career path which involved his serving as City Attorney for the City of Thousand Oaks, California as well as the Adjunct Professor, Land Use Law, at Pepperdine Law School. He is currently a partner at Jackson, DeMarco, Tidus & Peckenpaugh. He has served on the Board of Directors for the County Bar Association, President of the Tri-County Government Attorneys Association, and has been a contributing editor to the California Land Use Practice (CEB) and Municipal Law Handbook.
Mark has also been busy in the community, serving on the Board of Directors for the Cal State University Channel Islands Foundation; Director of the Thousand Oaks Alliance for the Arts, and as a Director for the South East County YMCA. He is also a member of the Thousand Oaks Rotary Club.
Brother Sellers also spent some time helping out good old Gamma-Rho by serving as a member of the New House Committee. He also served for many years on the Gamma-Rho Housing Corporation.
Mark and his wife “Professor” Linda, have two children, Samantha, 22, and Hayden 8.
When asked about the honor and fraternity, Sellers responded he had “Some great memories of those longer hair, carefree days and to be honored for my ongoing curiosity in coming back to Tucson each Fall to see the brothers and how many new gray hairs had appeared.”