June 13, 2022
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Dr. Christopher Clark Promoted to Vice President
Montgomery, Ala.— Dr. Christopher Clark has been promoted to the position of Vice President for Risk Management and Diversity and Inclusion Officer at Huntingdon College, Huntingdon President J. Cameron West announced today. Dr. Clark also serves as in-house counsel and assistant professor of accounting.
A 2007 Huntingdon graduate with a degree in accounting and a member of the inaugural Huntingdon Hawks football team, Dr. Clark completed his MBA at Auburn University; Master of Accountancy at Samford University; and Juris Doctorate and Master of Laws degrees at Cumberland School of Law. He has been a member of the Huntingdon staff since 2009, when he joined the College’s Staton Center for Learning Enrichment as a learning support specialist. Since then, he has served in several roles on campus, including as special assistant to the senior vice president for planning and administration.
“Dr. Christopher Clark has assisted students and the administration in numerous ways,” said President West. “As adviser to the Black Student Union, he has overseen the annual Black History Month art exhibit for a number of years and was involved in the creation and opening of the Wanda A. Howard ’81 Black Student Union Center. He has earned stellar reviews from students in his role as an assistant professor of accounting. His advice and counsel are important for the College, both at present and as we plan for the future.”
Referring to a line from the Huntingdon Alma Mater, Dr. Clark said, “I am extremely excited and humbled by the opportunity to serve in these new roles. I look forward to furthering the true inclusive environment of the Home We Love So Well.”
Dr. Clark’s promotion was effective June 1, 2022.
Huntingdon College is a coeducational residential liberal arts college of the United Methodist Church offering more than thirty undergraduate programs of study and 21 NCAA-Division III athletic teams. Huntingdon recently added a Master of Athletic Training program, the College’s first graduate program since its founding in 1854.