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Tue, Jul 26



Extreme Ownership – The Power of Accountability & Responsibility

Join us for our upcoming Wichita Healthcare Academy event! We will be hosting Bill Clark, President/CEO of St. Francis Ministries who will be discussing Extreme Ownership - The Power of Accountability & Responsibility. This luncheon qualifies for 1 hour of MGMA CEUs in the "other" category.

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Extreme Ownership – The Power of Accountability & Responsibility
Extreme Ownership – The Power of Accountability & Responsibility

Time & Location

Jul 26, 2022, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Wichita, 1617 N. Waterfront Pkwy Suite 400, Wichita, KS 67206, USA


About the event

Colonel (ret.) William (Bill) Clark served in the United States Army for a period of 30 years. During his tenure with the Army, Bill commanded at every level from platoon through Brigade, serving a total of 13 years overseas, which included operational deployments to Afghanistan, Iraq, Kosovo, and Bosnia. As a Cavalry Squadron Commander, COL Clark deployed the first Stryker Brigade Cavalry Squadron into Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. Bill retired from the Army in 2014, culminating his military career as the Garrison Commander of Fort Riley, Kansas. COL Clark’s awards include the Legion of Merit and two Bronze Stars.

Upon retiring from the Army, Bill served as the Chief Operating Officer for USD 475, Geary County Schools in Junction City, Kansas for 3 years before assuming his role as the President of St. John’s Military School in Salina, Kansas. Upon the merger of St. John’s with Saint Francis Ministries, Bill initially served as the organization’s Chief of Staff before assuming his current role as President/CEO in November 2019. Saint Francis current serves over 11,000 children and families across six states.

Bill holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Management from the University of Maryland and a Master’s Degree in Administration from Central Michigan University. He is married to his bride of thirty-eight years, Andrea; together, they have four children and eight grandchildren. All of the Clark’s four children have, or are currently, serving in the military.

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