Howard University has appointed Robert Clark, CIA, CCEP, CBM, as its new Chief Compliance Officer, effective July 6, 2020. Clark brings more than 30+ years of experience to the University, having served in extensive compliance leadership roles at MIT, Georgia Tech and Clark Atlanta University.
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“We look forward to Mr. Clark joining our team and continuing to enhance and promote our compliance environment,” said President Wayne A. I. Frederick. “Mr. Clark’s results-driven experience in building complex institutions into disciplined, model programs will be an asset in further improving our compliance procedures to ensure we are operating in excellence at all times.”
Clark’s extensive career in audit and compliance includes long tenures at a variety of research institutions where he was able to build programs and processes and watch them excel. In joining Howard University, he plans to continue that track record of developing collaborative relationships with university leadership by reviewing, enhancing and implementing long-term best practices in all areas of compliance. As chief compliance officer, Clark will help to further educate employees on the University’s Code of Conduct and applicable compliance with laws, regulations, and obligations; promote interactive compliance training; develop appropriate monitoring plans of compliance and associated risks; and conduct appropriate investigations and resolve all reports of non-compliance.
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“I’ve had the pleasure of working with higher education institutions from the point of facing numerous non-compliance findings which threatened its accreditation all the way to ZERO audit findings, which is a remarkable transformation,” said Clark. “To have the opportunity to serve President Frederick and Howard University as chief compliance officer and help position HU as a model of excellence in academics and operations is the highest honor. I am passionate and fully committed to protecting the rich legacy of our nation’s HBCUs.”
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