Elizabeth Clark’s role as Senior Principal, President’s Office, is unique and one that serves a vital role in ensuring the happiness and success of EAB’s institutional partners. Drawing from her previous experience as Creative Director and Chief Strategic Officer at EAB from 1993 to 2010, Elizabeth has returned in order to work particularly closely with highly selective schools, making sure that their professional and institutional needs are met and that their work with EAB is both productive and fulfilling.
Before beginning her career in higher education, Elizabeth worked with Virginia Governor Douglas Wilder (the first African American Governor elected in the United States) in his administration. She attended St. John’s College in Annapolis and Virginia Commonwealth University for her undergraduate degree and received her MBA at Georgetown University. Elizabeth is excited to continue working with friends old and new in higher education.