Dr. Anne Clark, Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Anne Clark is a transformational leader changing the face of education through innovative practices, collaborative workgroups, and equitable opportunities for all. She is an educator, author, and advocate for children, families, school staff, and communities. Her core beliefs include creating opportunities for all stakeholders to lead. She also believes all parents have the right to choose the appropriate educational opportunities for their children.
Dr. Anne Clark has earned a Doctorate in Human Services at Capella University with a concentration in Leadership and Organizational Management. She has completed her Superintendent Letter of Eligibility at Point Park University. In addition, she completed her Master’s Degree in Elementary Education. She holds a certificate in School Leadership from Point Park University and Certificate in Non-Profit Leadership and Management from Temple University.
Dr. Anne Clark served at Lincoln Charter School in York, PA, in numerous positions for 20 years. She is currently serving on the Pennsylvania Association of Environmental Educators as the Northern Regional Director and served on the Pennsylvania Coalition of Public Charter Schools Advisory Council before being appointed as the CEO. Dr. Anne Clark previously served on the Pennsylvania Department of Education State Parent Advisory Council (SPAC). She has advised numerous schools on best practices regarding Title I, parent, and community engagement. She is a Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. member.
Dr. Anne Clark serves as the Hope Street Learning Lab Incorporation Executive Director. She completed her fellowship with the National Leadership for Public Health (NLPH) in 2014 and is an Eat, Plays, Breathe Committee member. She works with numerous other non-profits.
Dr. Anne Clark has presented locally, statewide, and nationally her work on the SMART Model, Joint Use Agreements, Latino Parent Involvement, Developing the Leaders of Today, and Community Partnerships. She wants to share the broken road experiences that led her to success as a parent, educator, and woman.