Mark Mariotti is FMHI Chairman  Mark Mariotti is the Founder & Chairman of Future Management Holdings Inc (FMHI).

Mark was born & raised in Southern California, where he continues to spend a significant portion of his life... He attended UCLA, developed a business career, raised a family, and created various global tech businesses & real estate ventures.

After a long public business career notably beginning with JPMorgan Chase & Co., and concluding with private business Future Management Holdings Inc (FMHI), Mark retired as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of FMHI, and now Mark Mariotti is FMHI Chairman continuing to lead by consulting with the FMHI Board's initiatives.

Personally, Mark enjoys retirement by spending time with his family & friends, motor-sports & pro-cycling racing events, traveling, and with The Giving Initiatives at GivingTheFutureWay.org and volunteering his free time.


Posts by Mark Mariotti

Fact-Based Research 



by Mark Mariotti 
Published 12/31/2018 @ 7:30 AM PT 

 
“EVERYTHING IS NEGOTIABLE -  Since Jr High School I have been writing, editing and publishing content... it's been over 5-decades, and I have enjoyed supporting TheFutureWay Research Team and ‘Fact-Based’ journalists. I have continued to research from the best available facts, and provide an option for the reader, to understand critical issues with a ‘Fact-Based’ approach to reporting. Freedom of Speech - The First Amendment - Americans have paid the ultimate price with their life, fighting for their fellow American citizens right to free speech. Free speech is not free. Also free speech not-absolute, always within certain limits by the individual or a community to articulate their opinions and ideas without fear of retaliation - freedom of expression is recognized as a human right. The ‘Free Press’ is what ensures our freedom. However, along with the honorable journalists (including those which have given their lives) uncovering unjust false-narratives and seeking to fairly report the unbiased facts, there is conversely; false-narratives via editorial bias from capitalized hidden-agenda influence, which can undermine the free press. There are plenty of inherent costs for the reporter and for the reader to actually find truth... based-upon the 'public advertising model’ you get what you pay for; ‘Fake News’ - ‘Fake Views’ - ‘Fake Likes’ - ‘Fake People’ - ‘Fake Self-Promotion’ and disinformation can manipulate the audience at a very high-cost." --Mark Mariotti
The following links to vetted journalists can provide a tremendous amount of fact-based research to FIGHT DISINFORMATION:
"Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth." --Marcus Aurelius

“Disinformation is one of the biggest threats our democracy faces. Following in the Advertising Business Model (no direct cost to the viewers) there is an increase in the exploitation of this model to bring a disinformation of forced tribalism and polarization to the small percentage of extremist views. Like our reporting on dark money, it is one of those stories behind all the other stories. So we want to build a team dedicated to tracking and exposing the forces behind disinformation as a new reporting priority" --Mark Mariotti
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  • Is the general public watching as an audience really interested in the facts?
  • Are the facts actually the truth? Or is truth subjective by the individual?
  • Does the average person have the bandwidth capacity and tools to clearly comprehend? - or merely satisfied with being entertained?
  • Is it possible any longer, with the ability to hide in plain sight, troll and manufacture facts with unvetted stories by unvetted entities and bots, to actually and correctly understand the facts of any specific matter?
  • How does one REALLY substantiate TRUTH or FACTS from fiction?
    1. ICIJ Blog - The Global Muckraker
    2. News - Institute for Nonprofit News
    3. Watchdog - Center for Public Integrity
    4. Agenda-Free TV - Without pushing a certain agenda
“Those who are able to see beyond the shadows and lies of their culture will never be understood, let alone believed, by the masses” --Plato
 

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‘free to the user’ 


by Mark Mariotti 
Published 12/31/2018 @ 7:30 AM PT 

The digital services that use a ‘free to the user’ direct advertising-supported revenue business model, corrupts the information which the user is viewing, and we must ALWAYS be mindful that the advertising-supported sources intent is specifically and intentionally directed towards an influence of our free-will opinion.

Obviously there is no ‘free lunch’ and somehow these businesses must respond to their shareholders demand for profits. To keep their business profitable they in-turn provide this ‘free to the user’ at a cost to those entities that can profit by presenting their perversion of facts via advertising or a collection of the users data." --Mark Mariotti

The following provides a more in-depth view and details of the MultiStreamMedia support to view alternatives to ‘free to the user’ model:

I can only imagine what the future way of these ‘free to the user’ digital services will look like. The current explosion of user awareness, and account deletion, ultimately indicates the demand of unbiased facts, privacy and the security of their data and the information which is made available for their viewing." --Mark Mariotti

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The Giving Initiatives 


by Mark Mariotti 
Published 12/31/2018 @ 7:30 AM PT 

 
OUR MISSION - dedicated to inspiring resources towards vetted global community programs. These program's primary focus include, but are not limited to: youth & young adults, workshops, classes, mentoring, employment, sustainability, innovation, housing, micro-finance, community activities, volunteering, engage voters, grassroots campaigns, and general charitable giving. We continually seek those with similar passion to join us and support our vetted initiatives.

GivingTheFutureWay.org


 
One of our long-term Giving Initiatives, has a keen focus on assisting children living in extreme situations, providing them hope for the future way. Aishworya Childrens Home in Nepal has been dedicated to supporting orphaned, abandoned and under-privileged children for over a decade. Aishworya's proud to say our hard work has recently been recognised by The Child Welfare Centre and SOS Nepal." --Mark Mariotti
 
Our Children
At Aishworya we care for over 50 children. Many have lost their parents, but others have run away from home, been rescued from trafficking, or have parents who are simply unable to care for them due to complicated circumstances. We strive to reunite as many of these children as possible with their families and loved ones – in the last nine years, we’ve reunited 150 children with family. Where this isn’t possible, we care for our children until they become adults and ready to leave Aishworya. We also support the education of 20 more children who live at home with family. Their parents would not be able to afford schooling without our help.
Our Projects
Our History

In 2005 Nirmala Ghimire found two boys on the streets of Balaju; Jeetu (10) and Arun (8). They were hungry, homeless and crying. Arun was very sick so she took them to the hospital.

Local authorities placed the boys in an orphanage and Nirmala visited them often. Soon after she found two more abandoned brothers in Chamati, Jack (9) and Andy (3), and took them to the same orphanage.

A year later the orphanage owner had a heart attack. The children were moved to a different orphanage where they were badly neglected and beaten. So Nirmala decided to set up her own children’s home to care for them. She quit her job as a driving instructor, and sold land to pay rent on a property and provide for the children.

Since then Aishworya has grown. We now provide a home to nearly 50 children. For all children who stay with us, temporarily or permanently, we do everything we can to give them a chance at a happy, healthy future. If you are interested in getting your 'boots on the ground' check-out our 'Volunteering-Handbook' we welcome your visit.

   
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    unVetted Internet Posts~~> The 2018 Study of High Net Worth Philanthropy | U.S. Trust - Help the American Red Cross respond to the California wildfires support relief efforts for people in need - Five Ways to Make Giving a Family Affair This Holiday Season | Charles Schwab - Amazon's Jeff Bezos launches a $2 billion 'Day One Fund' to help homeless families and create preschools - Gates Foundation gives $20.5 million to Hopkins Bloomberg teen reproductive health study  

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Retirement Mobility 


by Mark Mariotti 
Published 12/31/2018 @ 7:30 AM PT 

OUR MISSION – dedicated to inspiring resources towards vetted global community retirement programs. These program’s primary focus is for the retiree to attain a well-rounded healthy and vibrant life for themselves, while also providing efforts assisting others via global initiatives.

Many individuals are now drawing focus and staying relevant by redefining their own retirement. With topics of Health Care, Technology, Giving Back, Travel, and Entertainment, along with managing ones own retirement resources becoming essential.

We all search for and benefit from the security of a ‘family home.’ Obviously the home will vary depending upon the individual or family resources and requirements, and unfortunately many may not be able to fulfill their needs, which is why we focus resources for homeless families.

The newly retired with their own resources however may desire to downsize their lifestyle and redefine the responsibility and commitment of a family home. From raising a family to watching the family spread their wings and drift into their own lifestyle, the retiree may want to enjoy having a cost-effective, sustainable and efficient home-base, then travel to experience the financial benefits of a redefined ‘retiree home’ NOT to be confused with a ‘retirement home.’ --Mark Mariotti


There are many ‘free to the user’ digital services to assist the newly retired with selling the former family residence and find a less expensive home-base solution, as well as travel mobility and charitable projects.


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(DISCLOSURE) – The FMHI Board's Mariotti Family Office interacted with aforementioned, which is presented for information & related research only, regardless of any other characterization.
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[not insured by any government agency] [not an offer to sell or solicit securities]
[subject to market risk and may loose value] [past performance is no guarantee of future results]





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