Myra M. Clark
Center for Community Transitions, Executive Director, 1998 to present
I do this work because no human being is disposable, and I believe second chances are possible.
Program Director of Center for Women, 1988 to 1998.
- B.A. in Psychology – University of North Carolina at Charlotte
- Certificate in Organizational Development – University of North Carolina at Charlotte
- Nonprofit Certificate – Duke University
- Nonprofit Leadership Certificate – Duke University
LifeWorks! Interim Program Director, 2014 to present
Everyone deserves a second chance. A sustainable world means working together to create prosperity for all.
- B.A. in Human Services
- A.A. in Human Services with a concentration in Substance Abuse
- Registered with NCSAPPB CSAC-I
- Center for Community Transitions – 2014 to present
- New Beginnings SAB Counselor/Director of Operations – 2010 to present
The Center for Women, Program Director, 2014- present
I believe there are good people in prison that deserve a chance to be the best person they can be if given the tools and opportunity to succeed.
- A.S. Criminal Justice Technology– Central Piedmont Community College
- NCDPS– Correctional Officer, Case Manager
- Trainer– Working Smart Curriculum
- Correctional Officer, NC Department of Public Safety, 2008-2010
- Program Assistant and Case Manager, Center for Community Transitions, Center for Women 2010-2014
Development Director, November 2018 – present
I firmly believe that formerly incarcerated individuals should be afforded a second chance to become productive citizens. I am proud to raise funds for the impactful programs at CCT so second chances can become reality to as many people as possible.
- Masters in Public Administration – Portland State University (in progress)
- Certificate of Nonprofit Management – Indiana University
- BA History – University of Wisconsin, Madison
- Development Director, Sustain Charlotte (2016 – 2018)
- Development Director, Upstream Public Health, Portland, Oregon (2013 – 2016)
- Development Director, Children First for Oregon, Portland, Oregon (2008 – 2012)
- Director of Development, Mt. Hood Habitat for Humanity, Portland, Oregon (2005 – 2008)
- Development Director, St. Andrew Legal Clinic, Portland, Oregon (2002 – 2005)
- Project Director, Domestic Violence Prevention Fund, Portland, Oregon (2000 – 2002)
- Annual Fund Manager, Women’s Funding Network, Minneapolis, MN (1999 – 2000)
- Development Director, Sixteenth Street Community Health Center (1994 – 1997)