Senior Researcher, Global Project Director, and Content Developer in Los Angeles, California
Translating data analytics and global research into actionable solutions that serve both consumers and corporations.
With exceptional cross-functional leadership skills and a proven ability to engage global communities, Mary E. Clarke navigates diverse perspectives, collaborates effectively across teams, and delivers end-to-end research that is both timely and transformative. She is an adept, multi-disciplinary researcher with expertise in translating qualitative and quantitative datasets into insightful understandings of human behavior.
Employing innovative content development and community-based initiatives, she deftly communicate findings, making them accessible to diverse audiences of stakeholders. Mary E. Clarke draws from her versatile industry background—from entertainment, fashion, and cosmetics to higher education, publishing, and enterprise industries—to generate problem-solving research and paired, actionable solutions that not only transform markets, but reliably create competitive advantages for clients across industries.
Mary is an ideal team member: easy to work with; friendly, generous, thoughtful, and helpful; brilliant at working with data; extremely organized; very communicative; self-directed and independent while also excelling at teamwork. We hit the jackpot when we hired Mary!”
Kim Richter, PhD, Senior Research Specialist, Getty Research Institute
Many, many thanks for your creative and meticulously researched development proposal! It’s easy to see that you have a perfect understanding of the SCAD mission.
You have truly considered the museum from all angles – from visibility and layout to theme and collections. Your proposed developments abound with potential, especially your ideas for enhancing a historic tableau through AR and gaming.
You are a tremendously gifted researcher and problem solver."
Paul Wallace, President and Co-Founder, Savannah College of Art and Design
[We] remember you very well, and still appreciate...your kind, generous, thoughtful, conscientious, and meticulous professional attentiveness and care to our manuscript and its proper preparation for the journal. We have worked "with" a number of other Editors and journals since then...but none have been as attentive and caring in their duties as were you. Believe me, you and your professionalism remain often thought of and very great greatly appreciated by us to to this day!”
Joesph Ball, PhD, Professor Emeritus, San Diego State University