Marc Whyte

Born and raised in Texas, Marc grew up in a family of four before attending Wake Forest University in 2002 where he earned a business degree.  He moved to San Antonio after graduating to attend St. Mary’s University School of Law, and graduated in 2006.

Marc and his wife Lorien met while they were in law school and married in 2009.  They live in San Antonio’s Marymont neighborhood, and have two talented and spirited daughters, Ashlynn and Olivia.  He also owns his own law practice and represents businesses and individuals in a variety of matters, including commercial litigation, property damage claims, business transactions and employment disputes.

Marc’s interest in public service began while he was a college undergraduate, and he later began volunteering on various Republican campaigns.  Since that time he has become involved in the grassroots of City Council District 10, as a member of his own neighborhood association (Marymont) as well as serving on the board of the Northeast Neighborhood Alliance. 

Additionally, Marc has served on the City of San Antonio’s Ethics Review Board, the City’s Bond Committee (Parks) and on the Board at the Port of San Antonio.  Most recently, from 2019 to 2023 he served as District 10’s Zoning Commissioner, while at that same time serving on the State of Texas’s Public Transportation Advisory Committee (Abbott appointee).

Marc has also been active in other community endeavors, including serving on the Board of the Faith Family Clinic, as President of the Defense Counsel of San Antonio, and as a member of the Valero Alamo Bowl Committee.  He is also an alumnus of Leadership San Antonio (Class 40), and a member of the San Antonio Rotary Club.