Eunice Joshua Clarke is the Founder and CEO of Clarke Executive Services Group LLC. With over 25 years of professional experience as a business owner, executive and consultant, Ms. Clarke founded Clarke in 2013.
Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Ms. Clarke found her niche for business operations and organizational design while working at a variety of companies. After having many conversations with business owners and executives who complained about employees and freelancers being unreliable, under-trained and unprofessional, Ms. Clarke wanted to do something to help repair the reputation of support teams. She also wanted business owners and executives to understand that teams provide daily operations support is an important and necessary investment for businesses.
Having worked several administrative and management positions herself, Ms. Clarke intimately understands the need for operations and team efficiency: “I thought I could service an industry that needs well-trained, experienced and solution-driven professionals. Business owners – especially established and in-transition companies growing fast don’t have a lot of time to ensure that daily operations are functioning optimally. So here we are, ready to help make that happen for them.”
Throughout her career, Ms. Clarke has worked with businesses, executives and employees.
Currently, Ms. Clarke is pursuing an M.B.A. from the University of Illinois – Champaign Urbana. She received her Master of Education degree from the University of Southern California and her Bachelor of Arts degree from Loyola Marymount University.
Ms. Clarke is a member of Goldman Sachs’s 10,000 Women, the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), and the National Small Business Association (NSBA). Additionally, Ms. Clarke was Director of Marketing for the International Virtual Assistants Association, Public Relations Director for USC’s Women in Management, a mentor to high school students through the USC I AM Mentoring Program at USC and has been on several committees and advisory boards for education and administration.