Mark Boyce is committed to creating and sustaining organizations and places that enhance the health of human and natural communities.

Mark is a Founding Partner of True Homes which operates in five Carolina metropolitan markets and is one of the 15 largest private homebuilders in the United States. True Homes is rated as 2017’s “Best Place To Work” in Charlotte by the Charlotte Observer (read the True Homes profile here). The rankings were developed based on employee responses to the Charlotte Observer’s “Top Workplaces” Survey. The Charlotte Observer also recognized Founding Partners Mark Boyce and Dan Horner for their outstanding Leadership (read the interview here).

Mark is Co-Founder of the Byron Fellowship, which is a week-long transformational experience for young social change agents, and a community of generative leaders co-creating a flourishing world. Prior to founding the Byron Fellowship, Mark addressed young leaders in his role as Adjunct Professor at Ball State University and Indiana-Purdue University of Indianapolis, teaching Sustainable Community Development.

Mark currently serves on the Board of Visitors of Wake Forest School of Divinity and as a Distinguished Advisor of the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis.

He received his Bachelor’s degree in Government from Pomona College, California and Master’s degree in Land Economy from the University of Cambridge, England. Mark and Jill Boyce have four children and lives in Weddington, North Carolina. Mark enjoys hiking, family dinners and playing drums with the Threshold Church worship band.