At 48 years of age, Carine Clark was given a 20 percent chance of surviving ovarian cancer. But Carine wasn’t ready to be done—she didn't know it, but she had yet to become one of the first female chief executives of a Utah tech company and would later be named “Utah Business” magazine’s CEO of the Year. What Carine did know is that she had two sons that she really wanted to raise after she struggled with infertility for years. So Carine gave cancer everything she had to give—and she’s still here. On this week’s episode, Carine explains why her cancer diagnosis is worth celebrating with her family each year, and how her faith has played an integral role in her journey.2:28- Celebrating the Day of Diagnosis 4:43- Everything In Extremes 8:28- Part of the 20 Percent 11:31- “Pre-Worry” and Pre-existence 15:03- Making Promises 22:27- The Master’s Plan 27:18- Not Wasting Cancer 29:38- A Sacrifice of Time 35:14- “He Will Never Enable Us To Be Weak” 37:54- Knowing You’re Going To Die 42:23- What Does It Mean To Be All In the Gospel of Jesus Christ? “When things don’t go your way, you gotta say thank you.” [2:18 PM] Morgan Jones For show note links: Articles about Carine: https://www.deseret.com/2017/4/2/20609588/how-utah-business-leaders-overcame-adversity-on-the-path-to-success Fireside with Carine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7mX70u_bkM Carine on Latter-day Saint MBA podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/carine-strom-clark/id1564093407?i=1000519499552 Carine on Whitney Johnson's Disrupt Yourself podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/carine-clark-tougher-than-we-know/id1156483471?i=1000416143532 https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/all-in/id1439975046?i=1000504504921 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Carine Clark - General Partner at Pelion Venture Partners
It's Never Just A Game
Greg and NJ talk with Carine Clark, General Partner at Pelion Venture Partners. Carine is a three-time president and CEO of high-growth tech companies, specializing in helping companies scale from $10 million to $100 million and more. Listen as she shares her business and life experiences that speak to focus, determination, and perseverance. Carine has excelled in both high tech and venture and has been a pioneer and example for women in both these fields. In addition, she shares her experience as a cancer survivor and shows us all how to face adversity with strength and hope. The brothers finish with some cover songs that include country, the 70’s and an interesting twist.
Our guest at today's Live event is Carine Clark, General Partner at Pelion Venture Partners. Carine is a three-time president and CEO of high-growth tech companies, specializing in helping companies scale from $10 million to $100 million and more.
Courage Over Comfort with Carine Clark from Banyan
Tacoincidence with Scott Porter
“Treat people the way they want to be treated."Why customer experience has resonated with Carine her whole life (2:55)Secret #1: Differentiate with Customer Experience (7:11)Secret #2: Create a Culture of Care (9:24)Secret #3: Be Kind (11:20)Secret #4: Choose Courage Over Comfort (12:34)Secret #5: Embrace Tech to Improve the Experience (14:24)Secret #6: Customers Pay More for Superior Experience (21:41)Secret #7: Invest in Your Employees (24:15)Secret #8: Hire Empathetic Frontline Employees (25:28)Secret #9: Succeed with Diversity and Customer Experience Programs (26:23)Secret #10: Staple Yourself to the Customer's Bill (27:38)What Banyan has taught Carine about customer experience (35:00)Secret #11: Take Off Your Boss Hat. Be a Student of Your Business (47:51)Secret #12: Create an Environment of Abundance (52:50)Secret #13: Leave People Feeling Good (54:20)Links we mention in this episodeBrasas Mexican GrillBanyanFollow Carine:InstagramLinkedInFollow the Search for the Perfect TacoInstagramYouTubeLinkedInWebsiteFollow Scott PorterLinkedIn About TacoincidenceThis is Tacoincidence — where we learn secrets of breakthrough brand experience from the most brilliant leaders while we’re on the search for the perfect taco. I'm your host, Scott Porter, entrepreneur, brand experience strategist and the taco-obsessed founder of Search for the Perfect Taco.In my lifelong search, I’ve learned the taco experience is even more than crazy good tacos — it’s about real human connection. And Tacoincidence is about discovering how visionary leaders build successful organizations with human experience at the core of their brand’s DNA. Whether it’s with granola bars, electric bikes, software or socks. I wanted to learn why these leaders believe in the power of relationship-based brand experience, what they do to create it and how it’s helped them thrive. All…over tacos.Join the journey on our website — you’re not going to want to miss out on our national taco tour we’re planning! Follow us on social media, subscribe to the podcast and YouTube channel, and tune in every Taco Tuesday for new episodes of Tacoincidence, where we’ll continue to explore the secrets to level-up your brand experience AND your taco game.
#134 - Carine Clark - Cancer Survivor & Recent Honoree Into The Utah Tech Hall Of Fame Discusses How Life In Utah Has Evolved Over 30 Years
The Jimmy Rex Show
Guest Bio:Carine Clark is a three-time president and CEO of high-growth tech companies, specializing in helping companies scale from $10 million to $100 million or more. Her reputation as a data-driven marketing executive at Novell, Altiris and Symantec opened doors to lead Allegiance, MartizCX and Banyan as president and CEO. She attributes her success to building an abundant team of teams culture, demonstrating that companies accelerate their growth when they multiply their people.As a cancer survivor, Clark channels her deep appreciation for life and relationships into advocating that tech professionals pay it forward by mentoring young people. In addition, Clark serves on the executive boards of GOED (The Utah Governor's Office of Economic Development) and Silicon Slopes, a non-profit helping Utah’s tech community thrive. She has received numerous awards including the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award in the Utah Region and Utah Business Magazine’s CEO of the Year. Clark earned a bachelor’s degree in organizational communications and an MBA from Brigham Young University and enjoys traveling, exploring and doing hard things with her family.
Sometimes it takes the biggest challenges in life before you realize the opportunities that await you...so why wait? Mary speaks with Carine Clark, CEO of Silicon Slopes Executive Board. How do you succeed in a world when it "defines" your role?. She talks about her battle with cancer and how it taught her so many lessons about the things that truly matter and the things to leave behind. It's time to look at life in a whole new way! Get ready for a life-changing and inspiring discussion on today's episode!
Episode Notes Our guest today is Carine Clark, Tech Titan, CEO and cancer survivor. Learn how she developed her grit and determination in the face of lifelong trials. Follow Carine on Instagram - @carinestromclark If you've ever wanted to know the habits and attitudes that drive successful people, then this podcast is for you. Each week we invite accomplished people onto the podcast to share how they achieved excellence in what they do. Hosted by serial entrepreneur Danny Villarreal. Find out more on the Shake the Earth website.
This Women's History Month we're sitting down with female leaders from around the state to talk about their path to success, what inspires them and how others could follow in their footsteps. In this episode of Building Utah we sit down with Carine Clark, president and CEO of Banyan.A little bit about Women's History Month: The national celebration began in 1981, when Congress authorized the President of the United States to proclaim the week beginning in March 7, 1982 as “Women’s History Week.” After turning it into a full month in 1987, in 1988 Congress passed additional resolutions giving the power to the President to sign off on every March being designated as “Women’s History Month.”
This podcast features Carine Clark, the president and CEO of MaritzCX, a market-leading company that gives businesses the power to see and act on the experiences of every individual customer in real time. Carine is one of the most powerful and inspirational executives in our market, and we are grateful for the time and insights that she shared with us. This podcast will inspire you! Carine Clark has a history of building successful software companies and powerful teams for MaritzCX, Symantec, Altiris, and Novell. She had the vision to acquire Allegiance and merge it with Maritz Research to create a more powerful company called MaritzCX. Prior to MaritzCX, Carine took Symantec’s marketing, branding, and communications to a new level as their SVP and Chief Marketing officer. Carine’s unique talent in driving sales growth was an important factor in establishing Altiris as one of the fastest growing technology companies in the world, growing revenues from $62 million to $230 million in just four years. Carine’s numerous awards include being named as the 2016 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year for the Utah Region and the 2015 CEO of the Year by Utah Business magazine. Just recently, the Utah Technology Council announced that Carine will be inducted into the UTC Hall of Fame during their September 30th gala at the Grand America Hotel. Carine graduated with a Bachelors of Arts degree in organizational communications and with an MBA, both from Brigham Young University.