Employera, a talent journey innovation firm, announced today that Kim Clark has joined as Partner and head of the firm’s fast-growing internal communications practice.
“I’ve challenged myself to stay ahead of the curve during my career, and joining the Employera team continues that tradition. What impressed me most about Employera is the way they connect the talent attraction and retention dots from the point of view of end-to-end employee experience design. Employera understands that candidates want to know the values and purpose of a company before getting in the door and once they get there, they want companies to deliver on their brand promise and help them feel seen, heard, and valued as they grow their career,” said Kim Clark, partner and head of internal communications practice, Employera. “Employera is way ahead of the curve with sophisticated analytics that help internal communicators understand the current state of every aspect of their programs, and be more strategic and effective in driving engagement, inclusion and belonging.“
Kim Clark’s career spans documentary filmmaking and agency partnerships with the Discovery Channel, marketing, brand strategy, writing, training and teaching. Since entering the corporate world to lead internal communications and cultural communications at KLA, PayPal, NetApp, GoDaddy and GitHub, she has innovated across a variety of mediums and platforms to engage employees and facilitate transparency and trust in organizations. Clark is a well-known conference speaker, runs custom workshops and consults with companies on intranets/digital workplaces, and employee storytelling talent management.
“Kim Clark’s foundations as a storyteller and documentary filmmaker, her long-time advocacy for diversity and inclusion, and her experience leading and innovating in internal communications at companies ranging from large enterprises to hot startups are a rare combination,” said Andy Getsey, managing partner, Employera. “Kim’s the perfect person to lead Employera’s growing internal communications practice.”