Caroline Clarke - Black Enterprise

Caroline Clarke

Caroline Clarke is an award-winning journalist whose experience spans print, digital and television outlets. In her 18 years at Black Enterprise, she has served in a number of key roles including senior editor and editor-at-large, Black Enterprise magazine; editorial director, Black Enterprise Books; and general manager, Interactive Media, where she helped to run as well as launch other digital platforms for Black Enterprise content delivery, including an emerging mobile platform. In addition, as co-editorial director of the Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit, she determined the editorial direction and theme of the nation’s largest annual conference targeting African American women executives.

Currently Clarke hosts the Black Enterprise Business Report, a weekly, nationally syndicated show that offers unduplicated reporting on black business, careers and lifestyles to today’s consumer. She is also Executive Editor, influencing Black Enterprise content across all platforms. She is the author of Take a Lesson: Today’s Black Achievers on How They Made It & What They Learned Along the Way. Prior to Black Enterprise, Clarke worked at The American Lawyer and several newspapers. She has a bachelor’s degree in English from Smith College and a master’s degree with honors from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She is married and has two children.



About the show…

BLACK ENTERPRISE BUSINESS REPORT brings you the biggest names in business with our Power Player interviews, essential Wealth for Life discussions on personal finance, Entrepreneur of the Week profiles of successful small business owners, and Executive Style featuring the hottest lifestyle trends and luxury living.