Patrice Clark manages a team of professionals that delivers a wide array of information technology (IT), analytic, and engineering solutions to Booz Allen clients in the federal health space. She has more than three decades of experience in information management and software engineering and has provided clients with numerous services including IT strategy, software development, program management office support, and project and stakeholder management.
Over the last 10 years, Patrice has helped grow Booz Allen’s Department of Veterans Affairs technology business, leading capture and delivery for digital transformation efforts. She has been a force behind the firm’s growth strategy in Austin, Texas—capturing three key wins that established our footprint in this growing technology hub.
Patrice was a 2020 recipient of the Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) Modern Day Leader honor.
Passionate about helping her community, Patrice supports various charities including Helping Hands Shelter, Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless, National Institutes of Health Children’s Inn, and Operation Welcome Home. For the last 10 years, she has supported her church’s annual college fair for historically black colleges and universities (HBCU), and she served as the chair for its 10th anniversary HBCU Virtual College Fair last fall.
Patrice earned a B.A. in computer science and in mathematics from East Carolina University and a master’s in information management from George Mason University. She holds several certifications as an IT professional.