Michell C. Clark

Michell C. Clark

Michell C. Clark is a frequent speaker on how government agencies can use technology to improve their business and corporate service practices. He and his wife and two sons live in Woodbridge, Va. Mr. Clark served 20 years in the U.S. Army, including one tour of duty directly supporting the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. From 1993 to 1996 at the Pentagon, Mr. Clark had his most memorable assignment, working for the Office of the Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff as the Executive Assistant to the Director. He began his Army career as a 1978 West Point graduate with a major in engineering. He was nominated by President Bush on December 13, 2005, confirmed by the Senate on March 13, 2006, and sworn in on March 17, 2006, as the Department of Education's Assistant Secretary for Management. His responsibilities included serving as Chief Information Officer, Chief Privacy Officer, Chief Security Officer and Chief Human Capital Officer. He is currently the Director of the Management Division for the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. He joined the Board of Governors on May 4, 2008. Mr. Clark joins the African American Network Against Alzheimer’s as a Founder.