Mr. Dilley is a lifelong Wisconsin resident. Mark was born in Milwaukee and was raised by his parents, who are both teachers, in Wind Lake, Wisconsin. While growing up he developed his lifelong love of the outdoors, art and table top role playing games. In high school he played soccer and was active in the astronomy and science clubs.
Mark graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh with a dual degree in Secondary Education and Biology. While at Oshkosh he earned his varsity letter playing men’s soccer and was active in student government. After graduation he started his teaching career at Muskego High School as a permanent substitute teacher and junior varsity soccer coach for both boys and girls.
Mark continued his teaching and coaching careers with the Racine Unified Schools and the Oak Creek Franklin Joint School System. He has always had a strong interest in employing technology to enhance learning and has worked as a Technology Coordinator at the school level. Instructional technology has been the focal point of his studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he earned his Principal and Director of Student Services and Special Education licenses.
Mr. Dilley currently lives in Fitchburg, Wisconsin, with his wife and dog. He has four adult sons, one from his first marriage and three stepsons. In his spare time he enjoys hunting, fishing, playing table top role playing/miniature games, creating art and helping at the art gallery he owns with his wife.