M. ED, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Maureen Clark is the CEO of Three Sixty HR, Inc. and the founder of its predecessor company, Clark Associates. Her depth and breadth of HR experience inside organizations and consulting, as well as her extensive volunteer experience, are all brought to bear on solving clients’ problems.
Maureen’s thoughtful analysis and straight-forward delivery, tempered with practical wisdom and warmth, have allowed her to build Three Sixty HR’s clientele through referrals from satisfied clients, and legal and HR professionals. Clients and counsel frequently comment on her balanced, nonpartisan approach.
Before establishing Three Sixty HR, Inc. (formerly Clark Associates), Maureen held internal HR management positions in the professional services, financial and manufacturing industries. She credits those experiences as being invaluable in providing a practical, first-hand understanding of the complex issues employers must address.
Maureen has held numerous positions on academic, professional and community service boards, and currently is Vice Chair Emerita on the University of San Francisco Board of Trustees. She is also a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the Northern California Human Resources Association (NCHRA), the Forensic Expert Witness Association (FEWA), the Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI) and the Peninsula Executives Association (PEA), where she is a Past President and recipient of the Executive of the Year award.
Maureen holds a Masters Degree in Education (Counseling), with an emphasis on Career Counseling. She has been certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) since 2005 and obtained her specialized California certification in 2010.
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