Sandi Clark is a counselor and consultant specializing in support, coaching and strategies for clients in personal and career transition. Earlier positions at Indiana University, Cook Incorporated and as a corporate trainer enhanced Sandi’s expertise in facilitation of problem solving, goal achievement and strategic planning for individuals, project teams and organizations.
Her community involvement has included serving as Neutral Chair for the worker adjustment committees during closing of Thomson Consumer Electronics and downsizing of Bloomington’s GE plant. An active advocate for the arts, Sandi has served on the Corporation for Capital Improvements and Attractions and the boards of directors of Lotus Education and Arts Foundation, Buskirk-Chumley Theater Management and the Bloomington Area Arts Council.
She is a founding member of the Cardinal Stage Company board and recently ended her second term as its president. In 2000 Sandi received her first gubernatorial appointment to the Indiana Arts Commission and served until 2009. She was honored with Indiana Coalition for the Arts’ Community Arts Leadership Award in 2011.