Clark is a seasoned aviation professional with nearly a decade of experience spanning across major airlines and management consulting. He is experienced in airline network planning and scheduling, corporate strategy, and business process improvement.
Prior to Alton, Clark held leadership roles in network planning at both Air New Zealand, where he implemented an improved network planning and scheduling process, and United Airlines where he managed a team responsible for creating and executing the airline’s domestic network growth strategy. Earlier, Clark worked for JetBlue Airways on the network planning team developing route financial analysis and fleet deployment plans.
Clark began his career as a management consultant with SH&E and later ICF as part of the aviation practice where he supported clients on transaction advisory, air service development, and network and fleet strategy engagements.
Clark earned his BS in Business Economics from Miami University and his MA in Economics from Boston University.