Lisa Clark is the chief people officer at Packard Foundation. In this role, she serves as a member of the Foundation’s executive leadership team and focusing on talent management, leadership development, organizational design, compensation and benefits, and employee engagement.
Lisa comes to the Foundation after 25+ years at Hewlett-Packard and Agilent Technologies. She began her career in finance and progressed to roles leading high-visibility, cross-functional projects that required program management expertise. Her most recent role was as a business human resources director for Agilent’s order fulfillment and supply chain organization, where she provided consultative decision support and coaching to build a high-performance workforce.
Lisa has a long-standing commitment to community service. She has worked with several non-profit agencies focused on children’s issues and served on the board of InnVision Homeless Shelter. She is a former court appointed special advocate, volunteering in Arizona and San Mateo, and is currently vice chair of the board of directors for Child Advocates of Silicon Valley. Lisa holds a B.S. in Accounting from California State University, Hayward.