Molly Clark

Senior Consultant

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Molly Clark is a Human Resources Professional, Coach and Consultant leading high performing teams through the development and implementation of business and people strategies that inspire others to achieve business objectives.

In her 20-year human resources career in luxury hospitality, she has cultivated best in class cultures, achieved five-diamond status awards, led teams in multiple hotel openings and cultivated high performing individuals and teams within human resources, operational and executive groups.  Her professional portfolio includes The Alexander Hotel, an art and lifestyle hotel in downtown Indianapolis, multiple hotels with The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company and most recently, Molly Clark Coaching and Consulting, which serves profit and non-profit entities with people and culture strategy, human resource services and leadership coaching and development. 

Molly is SHRM-SCP (Senior Certified Professional) certified as well as holds a certification in the Energy Leadership Index platform through iPEC (Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching), accredited by the International Coaching Federation (ICF).  She serves on the IndySHRM board overseeing Workforce Readiness, serves as the Secretary for the board of the Indiana Chapter of ICF and is a member of Minorities in Hospitality and the Howard County Suicide Prevention Coalition. 

Molly enjoys quality time with friends and family, hiking, volleyball, traveling, listening to podcasts and audiobooks and long walks with her best four-legged pal Layla.

“When the catalyst concept is present within a team, the organization benefits from having true ambassadors of the brand and individuals who inspire others to be their best.  Each team member then has a sense of belongingness, loyalty and pride.  They understand how their individual and team contributions impact the success of the organization and others around them.  It naturally transcends into personal lives and communities around them.”