This excellent piece by @cmhrrs *destroys* that @TexasTribune article that said Houston was actually more expensive than New York, an argument that made no sense on its face. But this is very comprehensive about its many, many flaws. https://t.co/qzsBwZKwag
Kathleen Harrington Clark has over 25 years marketing and branding experience. During her career, she has excelled in linking business and marketing strategies to drive success across a broad spectrum of industries.
After HBS (Harvard Business School 1990), Kathleen worked for Compaq Computer Corporation, where she held a variety of marketing roles from new product development to running the advertising for the North American business. She left to become the Vice President of Marketing for Tricord, a network storage company. Following Tricord, she was the Vice President of Marketing for Questia Media, a web start-up. Over the past last ten years, Kathleen has had a marketing consulting practice with clients spanning Fortune 500 companies to Texas Medical Center hospitals to start-ups.
Most recently, Kathleen was the Vice President of Marketing and Strategy for the Houston Astros. She launched the new ownership’s inaugural season campaign, which won the American Marketing Association Crystal Award as the top branding campaign in Houston. In November of this past year, she successfully launched the Astros new brand identity, uniforms and campaign.
A Boston native, Kathleen is married to Andrew Clark, a Wharton graduate, and has two daughters, Caroline and Paige.