Be sure to check out my facebook page WORK, PLAY, PRAY HARD to watch Clark’s Shoutout to YMCA CEO Angie-Reese Hawkins. Angie has lead the Washington, DC YMCA with class. Her stellar leadership garnered Clark’s attention.
See my facebook page WORK, PLAY, PRAY HARD to see Clark’s video honoring David Byrd. Clark honored CEO of the YMCA of Greater Kansas City on the weekend of Prince Harry and Megan’s royal wedding. David’s last name is of Old English origin. Clark thought of David immediately that weekend.
Congrats to Mary Titalsky, Director of YMCA World Service, who was honored in Clark’s Shoutout Sunday today. Mary works so hard to help Y’s around the world. Go to my Facebook page Work, Play, Pray Hard to view Clark’s shoutout. Thanks, Mary, for your dedication.
Clark’s Shoutout Sunday on May 6 honored CEO Steve Tarver. He did not realize that this top leader had also been honored by the YMCA of the Suncoast with the Stewardship Award. Pictured 2nd from left is Steve. Congrats to one impressive guy! Check out my Facebook page Work, Play, Pray Hard to view Clark’s video honoring Steve.
Mary Zoller and her staff hosted a terrific NAYDO conference in New Orleans. Check out my facebook page WORK, PLAY, PRAY HARD to see the shoutout and enjoy the steamboat kaleidoscope in the background.
Clark and I had such a great time at the NAYDO Conference! His presentation was so well attended—over 240 YMCA folks came to hear about his 50 years of wisdom in his stellar career. We also sold books in the exhibit hall and SOLD OUT of books we brought. Thanks to all who purchased books.
Check out my Facebook page WORK, PLAY, PRAY HARD to see the video where Clark gives a “Shoutout” to Dan Dummermuth. Clark hired Dan years ago to be the exec and open the Y in Franklin, Tennessee, and felt he had “the right stuff” to be a leader—He was right!
Julius Jones was CEO of the Pittsburgh YMCA for 23 years. He was bigger-than-life and an inspiration to all he met. Check out my Facebook page WORK, PLAY, PRAY HARD to see the video where Clark gives a “Shoutout” to Julius who recently passed away. His continued work with the YMCA World Service after retirement impressed my husband and many others.