Andrew Clark (’07 EMPA) is the senior associate vice president of operational excellence at Syracuse University

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Andrew Clark is now the senior associate vice president of operational excellence at Syracuse University. In his role there he is responsible for guiding the day-to-day activities of the Program Office to ensure tasks are completed. He serves as a support system to the initiative teams with all the methodologies, tools, processes, and training to execute the program effectively. As well as being responsible for understanding, managing, and maintaining the key links among the initiatives as part of execution. Clark devotes some of his time to supporting the University’s strategic planning process.

Additionally, Clark is an adjunct professor at the Syracuse University iSchool. As an adjunct professor, he teaches graduate-level strategic planning in an information-based organization course.

Clark graduated from the Maxwell School in 2007 with an executive master’s degree in public administration.

One thought on “Andrew Clark (’07 EMPA) is the senior associate vice president of operational excellence at Syracuse University

  1. I had the privilege to be colegue with Andrew and I very much apreciated him. He is very serious, hardworking, open mind and visionar. An real leader. Good luck Andrew.

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