Victoria Clarke ’20

Company / School: Cleveland Clinic

Position / Degree: Program Manager II


  • BA, Science, Technology, and Society, Vassar College
  • MPH, Health Care Management, Yale School of Public Health

Victoria Clarke (she/her) is currently the Program Manager for the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement at Cleveland Clinic. She received her master’s in public health, with a focus in healthcare management, from Yale University. She was born and raised in New York’s Hudson Valley. A first-generation college graduate, she earned her Bachelor of Arts in science, technology, and society with a correlate in biology from Vassar College. She served as an EMT-B in New York for nearly five years. Victoria also has experience conducting and presenting public health research, as well as working for state and local health departments. She completed her administrative residency at Cleveland Clinic, working with the Emergency Services Institute on various patient experience and clinical operations initiatives. She recently completed her administrative fellowship at Cleveland Clinic’s Main Campus and had the opportunity to support several service lines and departments across Northeast Ohio, Florida, and Nevada. Victoria is excited to be working with WAM at Cleveland Clinic and to further its mission across the enterprise. She is passionate about women’s health, innovation, and mentoring the next generation of women leaders in healthcare.

Advice to Students:

  1. Don’t be afraid to change your mind—it’s okay to veer off path.
  2. Follow your gut and do what makes you happy, not what other people think will make you happy.
  3. Keep every door open—if you’re presented with an opportunity, say yes.
  4. Luck is created, not granted—your hard work is what makes you lucky.

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