Marcus Wolf was born in Phoenix, Arizona, on November 10th, 2000, and is a current senior at Desert Vista High School. Marcus began his musical vocal training when he was seven years old, in 2008, when he joined the Grammy award-winning organization, Phoenix Boys Choir, where he traveled to England and France (2013), as well the east and west coasts of the United States (2014) to perform. He began his musical training on Piano when he was nine years old, in 2010, and then a year later (2011) Viola through the Rosie’s House Academy for Music. Through the organization, Rosie's House Academy for Music, Marcus is active in volunteering and performing in the community. He is also a two-time first place award winner of the Great Performers Award, through Rosie’s House Academy for Music. Marcus became a member of the Phoenix Youth Symphony in 2014 and was awarded the Phoenix Youth Symphony Leadership Award. Marcus has continued to make an impact in the community through his musical endeavors since then. Marcus became a youth ambassador for Phoenix, Arizona, as well as a U.S. diplomat sworn in by Mayor Greg Stanton, through the award-winning organization Phoenix Sister Cities, which allowed him to travel to China as a U.S. diplomat, this past summer (2017), with the purpose of creating people to people relationships, through cultural exchange, resulting in a closer association between the U.S. and its sister cities, for the promotion of coexistence and collaboration in the future. Marcus began his first, which is also his current, paid job on September 1st, 2017, when he was sixteen years old, as an administrative assistant for the Tempe Union High School District, where he is based at Desert Vista High School. Marcus is on the board of the non-profit organization, Phoenix Conservatory of Music, as a youth representative. Marcus was the recipient of the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award, on behalf of the Phoenix Conservatory of Music, this past November, when he traveled to the capitol of the United States, District of Colombia (Washington D.C.), for the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards Ceremony. Finally, Marcus joined the Global Network for Sustainable Development this past September and began his work as a regional coordinator.