Title: Political Party Official
Location: Pasadena, California, United States
Alicia Clark, Political Party Official, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in campaign management.
Ms. Clark’s career has been an exciting mix of traversing the unknown and helping others. After co-founding the Liz Clairborne company with her husband, they decided to move to California to pursue a career in politics. Her husband, Edward Clark, first ran for governor in the state and then ran for President in 1978. Both times, Ms. Clark was on hand to manage his campaign. Ms. Clark has a long list of achievements in business, which include working for Celanese Mexicana in a variety of roles from technical assistant to sales promotion and advertising manager. In addition, she has served as the chair for the Celebrity Series, the president of the San Marino Guild of Huntington Hospitals and as a member of the Mexico Olympic Committee.
In 1951, Ms. Clark earned a Master of Science in chemical engineering from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. While working at the Celanese Mexicana company, she never imagined attaining the success she did there. However, after working hard, the company recognized her value and promoted her time after time. She moved to the United States in 1970, the same year she married her husband. Ms. Clark is known for being the first woman to study textile engineering. In her career, she has received numerous accolades that highlight her hard work and achievements. In 1970, she received an award from the Fashion Group. She accepted the Placido Domingo Award in 2000, as well ass the Heroes Los Angeles Award from the Hispanic Traditions and Heritage Council. In 2001, she was recognized with the Zachary Society Award. In 2011, Ms. Clark was the recipient of the Star for Arts Award and the Philanthropic Leadership Award from the Los Angeles Music and Art School, as well as a medal from the Pro Conscious World Association from A.C. Mexico.
On a civic level, Ms. Clark has been involved with a number of organizations. Since 2006, she has served on the board of advisers from the Pasadena Symphony Orchestra and POPS. She has also been the managing director of the Los Angeles Opera since 1995. Furthermore, Ms. Clark has been involved with the Hispanics for Los Angeles Opera, the Redcat Theater Council, Club 100, the Guild Opera Company, the Libertarian State Parties, the Opera League of Los Angeles, the San Marino Woman’s Club, the Libertarian Party and the San Marino Guild Huntington Memorial Hospital. She endeavors to inspire young women to believe in themselves.
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