In 2020, Marcos was named Chief Fire Officer of the Year by the Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs. That year he was also recognized by the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce as one of the 50 Most Influential Hispanics in Georgia.
He is a graduate of Leadership Cobb and is serving as the 2022 co-vice chair.
Marcos’ writings on fire-service leadership topics have received publication by national trade magazines, a city statement said, and he is regularly sought to provide informative lectures to fire departments and fire service organizations.
Marcos has an associate degree in Fire Science and a bachelor’s degree in Fire Administration from Columbia Southern University and he’s currently studying for a master’s degree in public administration, the statement said.