Tisa J.D. Clark is the President/Owner of J.D. Clark Professional Services, L.L.C. (JD Clark) and currently Board Chairwoman for the Prince George’s
County Chamber of Commerce (PGCOC). JD Clark is an Environmentally
Conscience and Energy Conservation savvy Construction and Maintenance Firm. JD Clark specializes in Facilities Maintenance, Grounds Management
and Renovations. JD Clark is a Section 3, a certified Baltimore City and Prince George’s County Based Small Business that is a Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) MBE/DBE/SBE Certified African American and Woman-Owned Construction and Maintenance firm with
core services in Property Preservation, Property Maintenance and Improvements. JD Clark is also Washington
Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) and the District of Columbia Department of Transportation
(DDOT) DBE, Virginia SWAM, Small, Micro, Women Owned, Minority Owned, DBE certified.
Established in 2008, located in both Upper Marlboro and Baltimore, MD, is a graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program in Baltimore, MD, a graduate of the MDOT’s State Highway
Administration’s Business Development Accelerator Program (BDAP), is a graduate of the first cohort of the Prince George’s County’s Business Development Reserve Program (BDRP), a program developed by the Prince George’s County, MD County Council to mirror the Federal Government’s 8(a) program. Ms. Clark graduated from the Small Business Administration’s Emerging Leaders Program 2016. JD Clark is also a graduate of the
Prince George’s County Community College’s Center for Minority Business Development (CMBD) program and the Turner School for Construction. JD Clark serves Maryland and the District of Columbia. Her
processes focus on responsiveness to client needs and reliability of services provided. JD Clark’s dedication
to exceptional service has resulted in repeat client business, strong rapport with the communities in which
we operate, and favorable referrals for work completed.
Ms. Clark is a native Washingtonian. For over thirty (30) years, Ms. Clark has built a solid reputation to “fix
what is broken.” Ms. Clark is committed to providing quality service. She believes that a reputation as an
honest and reliable business is the recipe for success. While others seek to profit by cutting corners, or recommending unnecessary services to customers, Ms. Clark believes that a good reputation and consistent
service will reap bigger profits in the long run. By being trustworthy, Ms. Clark believes that she will enjoy a long-term profitable business.
Ms. Clark has been solving and resolving client’s Business Engineering problems for over twenty-five (25)
years. She is adept in taking programs and products from conception through delivery while cycling for
reengineering. She is a visionary with strategic analytical skills, who is practical, articulate, and creative. She has proven ability to solve difficult business problems and has a history of consistently obtaining high performance in others through leadership and cohesive team building.
In celebrating over twelve (12) years, in a male dominate industry, JD Clark posted a double-digit average percentage of annual growth and is currently one of Prince George’s County’s fastest growing small
businesses in the construction and maintenance services industry. In October 2019, Ms. Clark received the Top 100 MBE ® Award and the U.S. Commerce 2019 Minority Business Development Agency Business Center Award from Capital Region Minority Supplier Development Council (CRMSDC). In October 2018, JD Clark
received the Small Business of the Year award by the Prince George’s Chamber of Commerce. In July 2018,
Ms. Clark received a Proclamation from the Prince George’s County Council. In March of 2018, Ms. Clark was
honored with a State of Maryland Governor’s Citation and by the Washington Business Journal as one the
2018 Minority Business Leaders of the Year. In 2017, Ms. Clark was awarded the SmartCEO Magazine’s Brava
Award for leadership and excellence. In 2016, JD Clark completed the Small Business Administration (SBA)’s
Emerging Leaders Program. In 2013, Tisa Clark, was featured in the Journal of Property Management where
she was recognized as one of the top Women Changing the World of Real Estate and Management. JD Clark
won the 2012 Emerging Business of the Year Award by Prince George’s County Chamber of Commerce and the ranked 37th out of 53 in the 5th annual P&B 53 Exceptional Awards by The Gazette.
Ms. Clark has over twenty (20) years of experience in the primary and secondary mortgage industries spending five (5) years as a Director for Freddie Mac. She holds various degrees, licenses and certifications, a
few to mention are a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Management; a Project Management Professional Certification (PMP) with the Project Management Institute (PMI); Contractor/Salesman License with the
Maryland Home Improvement Commission of the State of Maryland, Department of Labor, Licensing and
Regulation; LEED Green Associate with U.S. Green Building Council, Accredited Mortgage Professional (AMP)
with the Mortgage Bankers Association; Resident Producer Individual License with the Maryland Insurance
Administration; and is a Notary Public of the State of Maryland. Ms. Clark is a former Executive Board
member of The Arc of Prince George’s County; a board member of the Business Leadership Council of Prince
George’s Community College; a member with the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC); and a member PMI.
Ms. Clark also has a philanthropic presence. She supports many organizations, such as Another Chance Foundation and others. She has personally adopted Croom Vocational High School in Prince George’s
County. Through this adoption, she provides supplies and monetary contribution as the needs arise. She has supported Croom Vocational High School since 2010. She has served as Principal for A Day with Prince
George’s County Public Schools since 2011 and often serves as a motivational speaker during career day at
several local schools. Most recently Ms. Clark serves as a mentor to three (3) young ladies who are matriculating in the Integral Prince George’s County Public School’s Pathways in Technology Early College
High School (P-TECH) program. In September 2018, Ms. Clark was inducted into the National Coalition of 100
Black Women, Prince George’s County, MD (NCBW 100). NCBW 100’s mission is to foster principles of equal
rights and opportunities; promote the awareness of Black culture; provide a forum for Black women to address educational, political, social and health related issues; develop the potential for effective leadership
and participation of its members in civic affairs and to cooperate with other organizations to achieve mutual goals. Ms. Clark accepted an invitation to The White House to address the Nation on Small Business Issues.
Being a woman, in a male dominated “construction industry” has been Ms. Clark’s greatest challenge. Ms. Clark had to use her program management expertise, her knowledge in the secondary mortgage and finance industries to master a new industry. Ms. Clark enrolled in various trade and construction related programs and classes. This allowed Ms. Clark to demonstrate business savvy, operational fortitude and political
savviness. Networking is very essential to her continued growth and evolution. Ms. Clark has been able to stay ahead of what is coming. Ms. Clark attracts qualified and skilled craftsmen, which allows her to exceed her client’s expectations. Instead of letting greed drive her, she lets the vision of the community legacy
drive, to slowly grow and maintain the quality of her Brand. She Transforms Communities Through Social Impact and will Manage Your Projects from Cradle to Grave.