Stephanie M. Clark
As a marketing communications expert and entrepreneur, Stephanie M. Clark possesses over 20 years of developing and executing effective marketing and public relations campaigns as well as producing small to large-scale special events.
She has worked as a Marketing Consultant for over 20 years and has serviced clients within the Construction, Education, Healthcare, Retail, and the Cultural Arts industries. She is the President & CEO of Milestones Marketing, LLC, a Construction Marketing Agency providing strategic marketing solutions to construction companies, general contractors, construction-related suppliers, non-profit housing developers, and non-profit and government construction-related projects to help increase visibility of their brand, manage communications for construction projects, as well as position them to attract new business opportunities.
Well versed in all facets of nonprofit operations, she possesses over 15 years of nonprofit executive management experience and has consulted with several community and faith-based organizations in the areas of organizational management and marketing.
She has been featured in national media including The Talk, FOX News, The Steve Harvey Morning Show, The Michael Baisden Show, CNN’s Comcast Newsmakers, The Huffington Post, Bloomberg Urban Report, Black Enterprise.com, NBC News’ (thegrio.com), Yahoo! News, and many others.
During 2008-2010, she served as the national spokesperson, marketing consultant and career coach for the Project Working Mom and Career Stimulus Package Empowerment Tour, two online education scholarship programs presented by eLearners.com.
Clark served as a Champion for the United Nations Foundation’s 2012 Shot@Life Campaign. She is a 2011 L’Oreal Paris Woman of Worth Honoree, a 2011 Who’s Who in Black Atlanta honoree and was honored by America Online (AOL)’s ParentDish.com as one of 24 “2010 America’s Most Amazing Moms” on Mother’s Day. She is a 2009 Best Community Leader finalist for the Steve Harvey Hoodie Awards.
Clark actively participates in her community through volunteerism. Currently, she volunteers as the Chairperson for the Economic Community Partnership, a network of public/private microenterprise development service providers throughout Miami-Dade and Broward counties and she volunteers for Habitat Miami’s WomenBuild program. She is a member of the National Association of Black Women in Construction (NABWIC).