Clark brings over 40 years of experience in advanced communication technology ranging from new business development to significant P&L business responsibility to strategic planning.
In addition, Clark is an Adjunct Lecture in Lehigh University’s vSeries program where he co-teaches a course on the importance of Intellectual Property for entrepreneurs. He is also a mentor in Rutgers University’s 2-semester CTEC graduate program on creating technology-driven startups. He also serves as a board advisor for the Mid-Atlantic Diamond Ventures in Philadelphia.
He began his career with Bell Labs and held numerous positions with AT&T, Lucent Technologies and Alcatel-Lucent SA. Most recently, he was responsible for facilitating overall Corporate Strategic Planning for a wholly owned subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent. In addition, Clark was responsible for the development and marketing of 4G/LTE wireless solutions for the federal government. Prior to that, he was the general manager for a custom development organization which focused on applications of commercial telecommunication technology to solve some of the US Government’s most pressing communication challenges. He also had several commercial assignments with Lucent Technologies including R&D Services Director as well as Program Manager for a long-distance network program.
Clark received his doctorate degree in Physics from University of Michigan and his undergraduate degree in Physics from Michigan State University. He also earned a Masters Certificate in Program Management from George Washington University.
Clark joined SoundBoard Angel Fund as an investor and active Screening Committee member in 2014.