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Margaret Clark FCMI


Margaret Clark working locally, nationally and internationally has experience in working within the public, private and charitable sector including embracing diversity to bring about equity in the workplace and world.


Academic work includes MBA, MSC in Social Research Methods which included researching into causes and effects of poverty. Teaching qualifications, a Diploma in Management and Marketing and a Cleveland Common Purpose Graduate. Both theses being on partnerships.

Current research work is on the Global goals SDGs and 2030 Agenda with particular focus on Goal 4 education, goal 5 gender equality, goal 8 economic empowerment, social protection in preparation for CSW63 and ‘Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights’. As a member of Widows Rights International, NAWO, Soroptimist International, National Board of Catholic Women, Margaret has attended Commonwealth Heads of Government meetings London, Women’s Forum, The Council of Europe Strasbourg, the Commission for the Status of Women (CSW) New York, CONGO UN Vienna, UN Geneva for CEDAW. As a representative for England on the UK Joint Committee on Women (UKJCW) links with European Women’s Lobby. working closely with other Women’s organisations. Margaret believes strongly that Human Rights are Women’s Rights one and for all, ‘leaving no one behind.’


With a faith-based background Margaret is currently supporting a synodal journey reaching out and listening to all of faith and no faith with focus on the marginalised.


Throughout her career and activities Margaret has demonstrated strong leadership and the ability and passion to encourage participation.


In her work life she was recognised among other achievements for establishing the first global account for British Telecom (BT); establishing the most northerly group of Chartered Institute of Women in Management; leading business groups on missions to Eastern Europe.


In a voluntary capacity led youth training and implementing projects on two occasions in Africa, directing and managing the projects.


Her employment as Director in global management and leadership took her to present in British Embassy Madrid and British Embassy Warsaw at strategic level with corporate, and multinational and NGOs companies.

As an established Trustee with national and international organisations her passion in nurturing efficient and effective policies and procedures to support growth is evident Margaret offers skills and attributes to direct and guide organisations through challenging times whilst at the same time able to encourage and enable others to develop through partnership, teamwork and guidance.

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