Vice President, Programs
In 2010, Cheryl Clark was named RIF's vice president of programs. In this role, she oversees the strategy and operations of the Programs Department's staff and services related to the subcontract management of Books for Ownership programs.
Cheryl joined RIF in 1993 and has been involved in the management of the federal Inexpensive Book Distribution Program, holding numerous positions of increasing responsibility. Her previous roles have included contract and invoice management, and financial analysis.
Before joining RIF, Cheryl was an accounting assistant with a CPA firm in Jacksonville, N.C., where she handled small business accounts and prepared individual and business tax returns. Prior to that, she worked with a nonprofit community organization, where she served as the fiscal officer within the Section 8 housing division.
Cheryl earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in management from Strayer University, previously studied business education at North Carolina Central University, and is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.