Anne has always been passionate about helping leaders build successful organizations by building strong foundations for growth.  For over 35 years, Anne founded and led the growth of consulting and product companies focused on the most advantageous use of technology and developing the people and processes to use that technology effectively. Now after stepping out of her last start-up, she leverages her passion and experience to challenge and guide business owners, CEOs and senior managers to drive change and growth for themselves and their organizations.

As one of very few women entrepreneurs in technology, Anne knows the unique challenges faced by women business owners including running a company without support from her peers.  Having benefited from Clark Leadership as a client in the “early days”, Anne has a unique perspective on the value the platform offers.

Anne facilitates Peer Advisory Mastermind Groups, including Women’s Executive Groups.  She also helps develop the leadership skills of those who have their sights on the C-suite through the Emerging Leaders Groups.  Anne also provides one-on-one coaching to those seeking an individualized approach.



Since 2011, Mike has brought his no-nonsense coaching approach and strategic style of thinking to the clients of Clark Leadership. He is a successful entrepreneur with an extensive background in both the service and manufacturing sectors, including small and mid-market companies.

In addition to his past positions as CEO of two corporations, Mike serves on the board of several organizations, including the Pennsylvania Angel Investment Network. Outside of the business world, he teaches business and entrepreneurship as an adjunct instructor at York College.

Mike leads Peer Advisory Groups and coaches business leaders one on one with an eye toward mission strategy and operational improvement.



Beth is an internationally recognized Speaker, CEO Peer Advisory Group Facilitator and EOS Implementer. She got her start in business as a teen, helping her dad in his multiple entrepreneurial ventures.  And it paid off.  From a successful career in telecom sales and marketing, Beth transitioned to what she was meant to do, leading conversations on growth strategy.   As a partner in a recruiting firm, Beth used her innate facilitation skills to help her company navigate the 2008 financial crisis. She led her organization’s pivot to a Résumé, Interview and Job Search coaching firm – and it grew while many other recruiting firms were folding.

In 2011, Beth launched her own consultancy, Compellications™. Serving as a Certified EOS Implementer, she helps entrepreneurial companies craft their messaging and align their teams.

In 2019 Beth became a Clark Leadership partner, bringing leaders of growth-oriented companies together for in-depth facilitated peer advisory groups and  one-to-one executive coaching sessions, building a sense of community among fellow business leaders.  Though quite small in stature, Beth holds the attention of even the toughest room with her presence, insight and charm that has been honed over many years in business.  She serves a diverse base of small to mid-sized entrepreneurial companies, helping them execute their goals, realize exceptional results, and create healthy, aligned teams who enjoy working together.  Through CEO Peer Group Facilitation, Executive Coaching, and EOS Implementation, Beth guides owners and senior executives to sustainable business growth and abundant lives.



Kristin helps her clients gain the skills and competencies they need to bridge the gap between their current leadership capabilities and what’s required of them as their roles and responsibilities in the company change.

Her focus in coaching leaders is to increase their self-awareness and self-management and help them improve their thinking skills so they are better able to manage complexity, tolerate ambiguity, communicate with clarity, and build beneficial behaviors and thought patterns that dispense with self-limiting myths that may have held them back.

She has worked with leaders across many industries, including finance, tech, fintech, bio/life sciences, health care, and professional services (accounting, medical, law).



Kim began her professional career in IT, specifically in the areas of software development, systems analysis and project management. After 20 years, she shifted her focus to her family and then returned to the workforce as an entrepreneur. In 2008 Kim launched a Virtual Assistant company supporting various small businesses, including Clark Leadership.

Working closely with Bill since 2010 has been extremely rewarding for both Clark Leadership and Kim. She has provided invaluable contributions in structure, organization and continuity, allowing Bill and the Clark Leadership partners to focus on what they do best: helping people develop and run high-performing organizations.

In Life and Business there are “Knowers” and there are Learners.

Learners know one thing for sure: they don’t have all of the answers, so they keep learning.
Learners are okay with being afraid sometimes. They live outside their comfort zones and they’re brave enough to be open, authentic, and coachable. They’re committed to the outcome – and willing to do the hard work required to grow – no matter what the context may be.
Knowers are fearful (and potentially dangerous to themselves and their organizations), because they operate at the level of pretense.

Learners Wanted. Leaders Developed.