Hope Clark is a thought leader in work + learn research, policy and practice. She is passionate
about helping individuals develop future skills to thrive in a shapeshifting work + learn
landscape. Her talents include combining foresight and research insights to create equitable
futures for all learners, especially working learners. Her specific area of expertise is translating
complex data and research theories to design and develop practical solutions that provide the
greatest impact and opportunity for positive change.
Hope served in a variety of technical and leadership roles over the course of her career working with local, state and national non-profit, government and think tank organizations in the
workforce development and higher education marketplace.
Hope received her PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Northern Illinois
University and completed her Foresight Practitioners training at Institute for the Future in Palo Alto, California.
Hope’s philosophy and approach to solving problems is to embrace chaos and disruption to
uncover new insights and translate those insights into action. She enjoys making new
connections and discovering novel technologies that empower people to experience meaningful and satisfying life journeys.
Her full digital portfolio, including notable accomplishments and publications, can be found athttps://www.linkedin.com/in/drhopeclark/