Danielle Hammer Clark joins the American Lung Association in Wisconsin as coordinator of the Clean Fuels and Vehicle Technologies Program, replacing Jerry Medinger who is retiring after serving in that job for nearly three years.
In her role, Clark will manage the development and implementation of the program while working with strategic partnerships in related industry, non-profit and governmental organizations. Clark previously worked for the American Lung Association during the summer of 2011 as an intern for the Clean Fuels program. She and her husband Tim are the fifth generation to live on her family's farm in Beaver Dam where they operate a small, beef cow-calf business together.
Prior to taking on this new role, she worked for Alltech, a global animal health and nutrition company, as a territory marketing coordinator.
Clark holds a Bachelor's of Science degree in agricultural business with a minor in international studies from University of Wisconsin-River Falls.
The American Lung Association of the Upper Midwest's Clean Air Choice initiative educates motorists, fleet managers and policymakers about cleaner fuels and vehicle technologies available today, including E85, biodiesel, natural gas, electric and clean diesel. Motorized Vehicles are the #1 single largest source of air pollution; the Lung Association emphasizes that motorists' fuel and vehicle choices can make a difference in air quality.
Clark can be reached at [email protected] or by calling the American Lung Association Office in Brookfield at (262) 703-4843. For more information about the American Lung Association's Clean Air Choice® program, visit http://cleanairchoice.org and follow The American Lung Association in Wisconsin on Facebook (ALAWisconsin) and Twitter (@LungWisconsin).