Cancer Survivor & Recent Honoree Into The Utah Tech Hall Of Fame Discusses How Life In Utah Has Evolved Over 30 Years
Carine Clark is a three-time president and CEO of high-growth tech companies, specializing in helping companies scale from $10 million to $100 million or more. Her reputation as a data-driven marketing executive at Novell, Altiris and Symantec opened doors to lead Allegiance, MartizCX and Banyan as president and CEO. She attributes her success to building an abundant team of teams culture, demonstrating that companies accelerate their growth when they multiply their people.
As a cancer survivor, Clark channels her deep appreciation for life and relationships into advocating that tech professionals pay it forward by mentoring young people. In addition, Clark serves on the executive boards of GOED (The Utah Governor's Office of Economic Development) and Silicon Slopes, a non-profit helping Utah’s tech community thrive. She has received numerous awards including the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award in the Utah Region and Utah Business Magazine’s CEO of the Year. Clark earned a bachelor’s degree in organizational communications and an MBA from Brigham Young University and enjoys traveling, exploring and doing hard things with her family.
Growing up and how she got into technology (6:38)
What started her passion to growing companies (7:15)
Getting inducted into the Utah Tech Hall of Fame (10:10)
Being put in a position to make an impact (13:45)
Finding out she had cancer and having a 20% chance to live (18:40)
Live a life making memories (30:02)
Humble, Hungry, Smart about people (32:39)