With a long background in helping ministries carry their message and service into the marketplace, Jamie Clark joins Advocace as Consultant. Jamie specializes in operational management for Christian organizations.
“Christian ministries are looking to maximize the care for their constituents and demonstrate the love of Christ through their work. Jamie’s track record with LEAN principles and operational management helps ministries focus more on their vision and less on the distractions of day-to-day operations,” said Paul Martin, Advocace’s President and Co-Founder.
Clark, who has a diverse background in non-profit board service, radio station ownership and management, corporate communications, and public-sector employee training, most recently served as a consultant for CPS HR Management, a Joint Powers authority providing a wide spectrum of HR services to Federal, State, and local agencies and Universities.
“I am very excited about the opportunity I have through Advocace to bring sound, Biblically-based management assistance to ministries.” Clark said.
His experience in corporate communications and public affairs, coupled with over 25 years of media management and ownership in both general market and Christian radio, has given him a keen insight into the day-to-day functions of both large and small organizations. As Project Consultant at CPS, Jamie helped develop an on-line professional development system that now serves over 250,000 public employees. Jamie’s biographical sketch is available at http://advocace.com/About-Us/Advocace-Team/Jamie-Clark.aspx
Clark holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from John Brown University, and is certified in Crisis management from the Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Advocace is a privately held partnership based near Dallas, Texas with consultants in Columbia, South Carolina, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Grand Rapids, Michigan. The firm currently works with Christian broadcasters, schools, colleges, rescue missions and foreign missions agencies to grow donor income by improving donor communications and major gifts programs, as well as strategy development and coaching.