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Rhonda Clark is President of Corporate Plant Engineering for UPS.

She is responsible for the construction and expansion of automated facilities and innovative material handling systems, facility maintenance and housekeeping, and environmental and regulated goods compliance for UPS worldwide. 

Clark previously was Chief Sustainability Officer and Vice President of Environmental Affairs. In these roles, she led a dedicated engineering group that manages global sustainability data for reporting. She also was responsible for UPS’s compliance programs controlling hazardous waste management and the transportation of hazardous materials.

Previously Clark served as the plant engineering manager for UPS Airlines in Louisville, Ky.  There she was responsible for all areas of UPS facilities management along with the construction and maintenance of all new development projects.  She also oversaw all of UPS Airlines’ sustainability initiatives. 

Clark joined UPS in 1989 as a plant engineering supervisor in Knoxville, Tenn.  She has held positions of increasing responsibility in plant engineering, industrial engineering and operations.

Clark is a board member of Girl’s Inc. of Greater Atlanta, an organization committed to helping girls realize their potential and exercise their rights. She also has served  as chair of UPS’s Women’s Leadership Development program.  The WLD is a companywide initiative dedicated to creating an environment that encourages and enables the attraction, retention and development of women.