Caroline Clarke is an award-winning journalist and author whose experience spans print, digital and television. At Black Enterprise, she has served in a number of key roles including general manager, Interactive Media; editor-at-large, Black Enterprise magazine; and editorial director, Black Enterprise Books. She is currently host of the Women of Power TV show and Chief Brand Officer of the Women of Power Summit. Drawing more than 1,000 registrants each year and a host of blue-chip sponsors, the Summit is the nation’s largest annual conference targeting women-of- color executives. Ms. Clarke led the team that created the Summit in 2005. Its latest outgrowth is the nationally syndicated weekly show, Women of Power on TV. She is the author of Take a Lesson: Today’s Black Achievers on How They Made It & What They Learned Along the Way, as well as a highly acclaimed memoir, Postcards from Cookie. Clarke, a native New Yorker and mother of two, has a bachelor’s degree from Smith College and a master’s degree with honors from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She is a passionate advocate for adoption and public education and she serves as an advisor or director for several non-profit organizations.