Katherine K. (Kathy) Clark
11101 Sweetwood Ln
Oakton, VA 22124
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Objective:A CEO position that capitalizes on my background as a company founder and CEO who led a software company from start up through rapid growth, IPO, and a successful merger.
May 1983-February 2002 Landmark Systems Corporation Reston, VA
September 1975-May 1983 Blue Cross/Blue Shield NCA Washington, D.C.
Held various positions in computer operations, help desk support, and systems programming, culminating in becoming a Sr. Systems Programmer. It was during this time that a co-worker and I developed the beginnings of the software upon which Landmark was founded. Working with the Blue Cross management, we engineered a deal to obtain intellectual property rights to the software in exchange for licensing considerations and royalty payments to Blue Cross. We continued to work with Blue Cross as a partner for many years after our departure.
2008-present Nathan Associates Arlington, VA
Nathan is an employee-owned economic consulting and litigation support company which has recently formed its first outside board of directors.
1999-present ENSCO,Inc Springfield, VA
ENSCO is a privately held engineering and IT services firm servicing the federal government and commercial sectors. I was the first "outside" director and currently chair the compensation committee.
1998-2001 WLR Foods Broadway, VA
WLR Foods was a publicly traded company and the sixth largest poultry producer in the U.S. I was the first outside director and helped the company in transitioning its board from an internal, operations focus to an external, strategic focus. The company was acquired by Pligrim’s Pride in 2001 for a substantial premium over its stock price.
1990-1993 Inova Health Services and Fair Oaks Hospital Fairfax, VA
Inova is a large, not-for-profit health services company composed of several hospitals and related organizations. I served as a non-paid board member with responsibility for overseeing performance and financial results of Fair Oaks Hospital and Inova Health Services.
2008-Present Shenandoah University Winchester, VA
2005-2006 George Mason University Board of Visitors Fairfax, VA
1995-2000 Northern Virginia Technology Council Herndon, VA
1999-2005 George Mason University Foundation Fairfax, VA
1995-2001 Virginia Chamber of Commerce Richmond., VA
1999-2002 Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges Richmond, VA
1996-2002 Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital Washington, DC
1996-2000 Information Technology Assoc. of America Arlington, VA
1998-2000 Chair, American Heart Association Gala event Washington, DC
1999-2001 Hoop Dreams Scholarship Foundation Washington, DC
1995 George Mason University Fairfax, VA
Masters, Business Administration
Security Clearance: Active Secret
2001 – American Heart Association "Raising the Bar" award
2000 – Washington Techway – Most Admired Bosses
2000 – Shenandoah University Entrepreneur of the Year
1999 – United Cerebral Palsy Business Woman of the Year
1998 – Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year
1998 – Earle C. Williams leadership in Technology Award (presented by the Northern Virginia Technology Council
1996 – George Mason University Alumnus of the Year
After the merger of Landmark and ASG in 2002, my husband and I spent significant time cruising aboard our 56 foot sailboat in the South Pacific. We returned to the US full time in 2008.
I also enjoy scuba diving, golf, hiking, skiing, bridge, politics, and reading.