Eunice Joshua Clarke


Eunice Joshua Clarke is Founder & CEO of Clarke Executive Services Group. With over 25 years of professional experience as a business owner, executive and administrator, Ms. Clarke founded Clarke in 2013.

Born in New Orleans, Ms. Clarke desired a career in music. She sang in churches and school choirs, competed in talent shows, and received awards and scholarships for her efforts. 

Determined to be the female Quincy Jones (music producer), Ms. Clarke attended Loyola University – New Orleans (majoring in Music Performance and Business Administration) and worked a variety of jobs before deciding to move to Los Angeles.

Needing to make a living, Ms. Clarke was told by a friend that the quickest way to work in the entertainment business is to be an assistant. Not able to accurately type 20 words-per-minute, she was determined to learn…and learn she did. In no time, Ms. Clarke worked for presidents, executives, and owners of small and large businesses in film, television, and music. She also started her own music publishing and personal management firms. 

After her stint in the entertainment, real estate and other industries, Ms. Clarke wanted to do something to help repair the reputation of team support and help business owners with efficiency and sustainability. She also wanted business owners to understand that daily operational support is an essential and necessary investment to businesses. Thus, Clarke was born. 

Throughout her career, Ms. Clarke trained executives and employees in administration, operations management, systems, infrastructure, policy and procedures, organizational design and team collaboration.

Currently, Ms. Clarke is pursuing an M.B.A. from the University of Illinois – Champaign Urbana. She received her Master of Education (Administration and Student Affairs) degree from the University of Southern California, and her Bachelor of Arts degree (Humanities/emphasis in Sociology) from Loyola Marymount University. Ms. Clarke is a member of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), Forbes (The Culture), Microsoft’s Black and African American Partner Growth Initiative, the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), and the Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce.