Tim Clark is devoted to providing young people and communities with opportunities for success. Prior to his move to Indianapolis, Tim started his professional career as a collegiate coach in the sports of lacrosse and football. He coached at The College of Wooster (OH) as both a head lacrosse coach and assistant football coach and Bucknell University (PA) as an assistant lacrosse
coach. Tim also grew up as a minority participating in a predominately white sport, lacrosse being his sport of choice. His love for the game and success as a player on four NCAA Division III Championship teams, motivated him to introduce others to the sport.
In pursuit of a way to help others on a larger scale and help young people overall, Tim has served on the staff of the NCAA, National Collegiate Athletic Association, Indiana Youth Institute, and Indiana Commission for Higher Education. Currently, Tim is a Grant Officer for Partner Outreach with Simon Youth Foundation, a national 501c(3) that partners with public school districts across the country to help at-risk students to obtain their high school diploma. In his role overseeing the Programs area, Tim manages the partnerships with the schools, companies who provide workforce development opportunities for students, scholarship programs, grant program and other resources to support students in obtaining their diploma.