Todd Clark Named Associate Chief Communication Officer at A-State
JONESBORO – Todd Clark was named associate chief communications officer at Arkansas State University, Chief Communications Officer Bill Smith announced this week.
Clark, a two-time graduate of A-State, steps into the new role after 13 years as the director of digital creative media.
“Todd is a leader within our university communications industry and is well known by his peers across the region and country for his work with CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education),” Smith said. “He’s had to step up with and taken on additional responsibilities during the recent shift to more virtual events and with crisis communications during the pandemic. A-State’s digital media and online work has been award-winning under his direction, and I’m extremely pleased that he’s accepted this new role.”
The Digital Creative Media office was established in 2013, and has grown to oversee the university’s video production unit, the official university photographer, the main institutional website and specialty websites, and oversight of official social media platforms.
Clark joined A-State in 2006 as an Alumni Association development officer following two years in the IT industry in central Arkansas. He completed his bachelor’s in management information systems at A-State in 2004, and completed his MBA in 2010.
He is a member of the CASE District IV board of directors as well as a 1924 Sustaining Life Member of the A-State Alumni Association. He recently was vice president of the A-State Staff Senate, serving a full term as the communications vice president for the on-campus leadership group.