HDR's Angela McMath Clark Appointed to Georgia Institute of Technology College of Sciences Advisory Board
Angela McMath Clark, RHSP, a senior vice president and the federal client development lead based in Madison, Wisconsin, has been appointed to the Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Sciences External Advisory Board. The Advisory Board provides advice to the Dean of the Colleges of Sciences regarding priorities and directions for science education and research.
A 1994 alumna with a Bachelor of Science degree in applied biology, Clark joins a distinguished board of 28 professionals consisting of alumni, corporate representatives, community partners, and friends who are diverse in background, training, and professional experience. In the coming year, this group of advisors will provide valuable insight and direction to the college as it embarks on a new strategic planning process, implements a new strategy, seeks to expand its profile on campus and within the scientific community, and works to more fully engage its alumni and supporters.
“I’m excited for this opportunity to give back to Georgia Tech, a place that truly shaped my life and set a course for the future,” Clark said. “I am honored to be asked to serve and look forward to elevating the visibility of HDR in the various colleges to drive recruitment and potential research and teaming opportunities.”
In addition to volunteering her time and experiences to shape the College of Sciences, Clark has established an endowment to provide scholarships to rural students seeking a Georgia Tech education. “As someone who grew up in rural Georgia and as a first-generation college graduate, I am keenly aware of the challenges facing students who aspire to higher education. I wanted to help make that available to more students,” Clark adds.
In her nearly 20-year history with HDR, Clark has won and executed multidisciplinary environmental and facilities engineering projects, primarily for military and federal clients. She drives the development and implementation of business strategies to achieve client satisfaction and success. Clark serves on HDR’s Sustainability Advisory Committee, National Civic Affairs Committee, the Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Corporate Council, and is a U.S. Small Business Administration Mentor-Protégé Program Advocate. Her technical background is environmental remediation, and she is a certified Registered Hazardous Substances Professional through the National Environmental Health Association.