Senior Managing Director
As a principal in Studley's Corporate Services Group, Clark helps large users of space realize the maximum value from their most material real estate obligations by using quant and science to develop strategy and negotiate outlier real estate transactions.
With a background in biomedical engineering, Clark joined Studley as a financial analyst in 1995, and quickly became an integral part of some of the firm's largest and most complex assignments.
After three years, Clark left Studley to become a management consultant and later chief operating officer for a management consulting firm specializing in strategic and operational consulting for insurance and financial service companies.
returned to Studley
in 2002 to use his
combined expertise in real estate, finance, business operations, and strategic planning to help clients enhance their operational and financial results.
In addition to his
work with corporate and professional service clients, Clark
has extensive experience working with non-profit and government entities.
's National Broker Contract with the General Services
is responsible for managing all transactions assigned to Studley within the Sunbelt Region (NC, SC, KY, TN, MS, AL, GA, & FL).
Activities & Achievements
Clark is an active member of the Rotary Club of Atlanta and the Harvard Clubs of Georgia and New York City.
He is an elected Deacon and adult Sunday school teacher at Second Ponce de Leon Baptist Church in Atlanta, a head coach for Northside Youth Organization Pee-Wee football (Coach of the Year 2008), and former president of his hometown Chamber of Commerce.
He also serves on several boards, including, Central Atlanta Progress, Associated Insurance Administrators, Inc., The Martha C. and Harry Jeffcoat, Jr. Foundation, and The Shepherd Center, a private, not-for-profit hospital in Atlanta ranked by U.S. News & World Report among the top 10 rehabilitation hospitals in the nation.
In 2005, Clark
was recognized by the Atlanta Business Chronicle
in its annual "40 under 40" list for his
contributions and leadership in his
company and community.
Clark received his AB in Engineering and Biological Sciences, cum laude, from Harvard University, where he played varsity football, was elected class officer, and delivered the Harvard College oration as a graduating senior.
has furthered his
professional development through executive education at Harvard Business School
, where he
completed the Real Estate Management Program: Developing Future Leaders and Distressed Real Estate: Examining Debt and Equity Structures to Mitigate Losses and Identify Opportunities.