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John Clark, LaTrice Brewster, Renee ...
John Clark, LaTrice Brewster, Renee Clark.
...Renee A. Clark '88*
...Renee Clark, '88 (2-Aug)
...Renee Clark, '88
...Renee Clark, '88 B.S.B.A.Renee began her journey with NAU in 1981, but returned to Tucson in 1983 to work full-time.After serving as an Accounting Supervisor for The Estes Company, she returned to NAU in 1987 and graduated in 1988 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Marketing).
claim to "NAU extracurricular activity" fame is the year she
spent as a cheerleader.
As a native Tucsonan, Renee
has watched the needs of her
community grow over time.Therefore, she
chose to focus her
energies in the nonprofit environment.She spent the ‘80's working as a Donor Recruitment Consultant for the American Red Cross Southern Arizona Regional Blood Program.During the ‘90's, she became Director of the Tucson Parks Foundation as well as Tournament Director for the LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association) Tucson tournament.Currently, Renee is a Philanthropic Funds manager and manager of the Alexis de Tocqueville Society for the United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona.
spare time, Renee
enjoys working on the "Art of Music" fundraising committee for the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, redecorating her
house, and looking for the perfect puppy to adopt.But most importantly, Renee is very eager to begin her work with the volunteers and staff of the NAU Alumni Association.Renee has always been a strong advocate for Northern Arizona University and the quality education it provides.
On the Move
LaVonne Douville, Renee Clark and Jennifer Katleman have joined United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona.
is continuum-of-caring manager for the nonprofit.A native Tucsonan, Clark worked for nine years as administrator for the Tucson Parks Foundation.
The changing face of Tucson business
Renee Clark is the Continuum of Caring manager for United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona.A native Tucsonan, she served nine years as administrator for the Tucson Parks Foundation and two years with the American Red Cross.She also has volunteered with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, the 4-H Clubs of Pima County, La Noche de Paz Home Tour and the Sun Microsystems' John Elway Celebrity Classic.