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Clark, Carol L.

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    • Clark, Carol Lois, 1948-
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        • Organization: (naf) University of Utah
        • Organization: (naf) Relief Society (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
        • Organization: (naf) Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Family History Department
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    • found: Knit together in love,c1991:t.p. (Carol L. Clark) jkt. (adm. asst. to Relief Society General Presidency, Salt Lake City)
    • found:, via WWW, "Meet author Carol Clark," viewed 2 October 2015:(Carol holds a Ph.D. from the University of Utah and currently manages the Family History Department Hosting and Research Services team. She served on the U.S. Department of Education Fund for the Improvement of post secondary education and on a number of community boards. She won national awards for her newspaper consumer column and book and has written extensively for the Church. Carol served on the Relief Society General Board under three presidents.)
    • found:, "Executive focus: Carol L. Clark," posted 31 December 1989, viewed 2 October 2015:(age 41, born Salt Lake City; doctorate, University of Utah)
    • found:, via WWW, 2 October 2015:(Carol Lois Clark, born 23 May 1948, residence 1994-2005, Salt Lake City)
    • found:, via WWW, 2 October 2015:(Carol Lois Clark was an educator in Salt Lake City who received her doctorate and masters degree in education from the University of Utah. Clark became an administrative assistant to the then Governor, Norman H. Bangerter. In 1984, Clark was instated as the first Consumer Education Specialist for the Utah Attorney General's Office. Clark's responsibility in the position was to educate the Utah public on smart consumer tips and practices. Following her time with the Attorney General's Office in 1986, Clark became the director of Utah's Department of Economic Development's Women's Bureau.)
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