J. Karl Clark
was raised in San Antonio, Texas. He
currently resides in Orange Grove, Texas with his beautiful wife, Sandy and two
children. Karl’s interests include his church, family, fitness, community
involvement and golf. Karl graduated from Samuel Clemens High School in San
Antonio. He holds an Associate of Arts from Hill College, B.S in Police Science
and Law Enforcement and a Masters of Arts in Political Science from Sam Houston
State University. Additionally, Karl
holds a Master’s Degree in International Studies from The U.S Army Command and
General Staff College and graduated from The U.S. Army Military History course.
Karl may be contacted at 361.66.2981 x 3032 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Karl is a
retired Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army with over twenty seven years in the
federal government. Karl has served with
distinct honor at The Executive Office of the President of the United States-Office National Drug Control Policy, Department of State, International Narcotics and Law Enforcement and at the Joint Chiefs
of Staff, Counter Narcotics Division. Karl provides a unique
experience to the college being he has served in twenty three nations. In 1990, Karl received the Leo. A. Codd award from the Secretary of Defense for being
the best U.S. Army instructor in the nation.
teaches Government, U.S. History and World Civilization at Coastal Bend
College. Karl has taught history at Sam Houston State University, as well as
Texas A & M –Kingsville. Karl has served in many academic positions: Coordination
for history, economics and government, Texas Community College Association
(TCCTA) Chair-Legislative Committee, Coastal Bend College TCCTA representative, and faculty