Hi, I'm Marc


Marc Smith is committed to excellence and doing things right. With over 43 years of business experience, he has served as a training specialist, director of training, senior vice president, and small business owner. He has family ties to the city of Titusville that go back to 1964 and has made it his home for over 23 years. Marc is a people person both personally and professionally and is a family man who enjoys spending quality time with his wife, children, and grandson. He also enjoys traveling, meeting new people, writing, and playing music. 

Now semi-retired, he feels that it is the perfect time to give back to the community by representing the citizens of Titusville through listening and acting responsibly on their behalf. Marc supports a smart growth approach in development that encourages a mix of building types and uses, diverse housing and transportation options, development within existing neighborhoods, and community engagement. 


  • Titusville resident for over 23 years

  • Business owner for over 43 years

  • Married to Angela A. Abbott, an attorney practicing in Titusville for over 35 years

  • Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for an international company

  • Member of the Titusville Chamber of Commerce

  • University of Central Florida Intern for the North Brevard Economic Development Zone

  • Past Merchant Association Member

  • Certified Training Instructor for Management by Strengths

  • Volunteer Coordinator for Hatteras Reunion retired employees

  • President of Homeowners Association 19 years

  • Keynote Speaker for State and National Conferences

  • Contributing editor for national trade publications

  • Past member of the National Speakers Associations 


Smart Growth by:

  • Creating walkable neighborhoods. 

  • Focusing on downtown revitalization

  • Facilitating growth in the space program other technology-related industries

  • Beautifying city gateways

  • Providing a variety of transportation choices

  • Preserving open space, natural beauty, and critical environmental areas

  • Creating a range of housing opportunities and choices

  • Developing responsibly

  • Investing taxpayer money wisely

  • Supporting first responders

  • Maintaining our infrastructure including water, sewer lines, roads, and emergency services