May 18, 2018
Anne Marie Clark’s journey to BYU-Pathway Worldwide employment started in 2012 when she volunteered as a Speaking Partner Mentor. In 2013, she served a mission in Santos, Brazil, and upon return began working for Pathway Support. Now, after earning her bachelor’s degree in international studies and a minor in Spanish from BYU-Idaho in 2017, Anne Marie has accepted a position as the Policy and Student Well-being Specialist for the Service Administration Team.
While serving her mission, Anne Marie met Joseph Clark, who was also serving in Brazil. They began dating while attending BYU-Idaho and were married in 2016.
Anne Marie grew up in Connecticut, and since being married, she and Joseph have traveled to 14 states in the U.S. and 3 countries. She loves everything this beautiful world has to offer. In her spare time, Anne Marie loves traveling, cooking, and spending time with her family.
“Speaking with students from around the world and studying about different parts of the world has helped me better understand that we are all God’s children,” Anne Marie said. “My education and past experiences at BYU-Pathway have helped me to prepare for this position. I’m grateful to God for guiding me in my studies, and I feel very blessed to have this opportunity.”