What makes Joan tick?

Joan Clark takes a personal and individual approach to everything she does. That includes her interactions with you.

You see, it isn’t enough for Joan to have her clients follow a generic “roadmap to success.” Why? Because no two people are alike. And because businesses are made up of people, no two organizations and no two cultures are alike either.

Joan approaches each opportunity with meaningful conversation, a purposeful interaction, and an incisive assessment. Then she customizes her work to suit what you need to get you where you want to go. No two solutions are ever the same. (Sensing a theme here?)

What is consistent is Joan’s desire to help people become empowered to change their own lives (or careers). Because even though the path to freedom may be foggy, Joan can help you improve your vision, so you can find the way to your extraordinary.

Download JM Clark’s Full Bio

Honors, Awards and Volunteer Experience

NHRA Human Resources Executive of the Year

NHRA Strategic Leadership Award

Board of Directors – Council on Aging

Guest Speaker:

University of California, San Diego – Rady School of Management
“Leading in Turbulent Times”

Webster University Commencement Speaker
“Success – what is it?

Chapman University
“Women work Wonders”



Hudson Institute – Certified Hudson Institute Coach

SPHR – Society Human Resources Professionals

Master Trainer – Achieve Global

California Legislature Assembly – Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Excellence and Dedication

State of California Senate – Certificate of Recognition as Women’s Conference Speaker



Bachelors of Science Degree – Organizational Management



Partnering with authentic leaders to gain a competitive advantage through:

  • Executive coaching
  • Thought partnering
  • Consulting
  • Facilitation
  • Leadership development
  • Organization design and re-design
  • Mentoring of human resources professionals and high potentials


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