Rena Clark has over 25 years of general management, private equity and entrepreneurial experience. Rena is a former Partner with GenNx360 Capital Partners, a private equity industrial middle market buyout firm with $1.1B in committed capital. While with GenNx360, she led or co-led transactions across a range of industrial sectors with aggregated company revenues of $1.01B and representing $350M in total investments.
Prior to joining GenNx360, Rena served as CEO of two private equity backed lower middle market manufacturing companies including a turnaround and a corporate carve-out. Also during her professional career, she held roles with General Electric, Bain & Co., Harvard Business School and The Kraft Sports Group.
Along with serving on the ICIC board, Rena is a board trustee at Lasell College and The Carroll School. She also serves as a Boys & Girls Club of Boston overseer and a Bethel AME Church trustee where she is a member of the Finance Committee.
Rena holds a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering with honors from Lamar University and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School.
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