Katie Clark, formerly director of communications, has been named Canon for Communications for the Episcopal Diocese of Maine. The Right Reverend Thomas J. Brown, Bishop of Maine, says, “Katie’s expertise to tell the Good News of God in Jesus Christ strengthens not only our congregations and clergy, but also our diocese’s organizational health and focus. Addressing her now as Canon is a small sign of her outsized faithfulness, her remarkable leadership, and my trust in her commitment to the church in Maine.”
Clark leads the communications office for the diocese, which encompasses the diocesan website, email communications, social media, podcast and video production, and media relations. Clark also serves in a communications role for the Episcopal Church of New Hampshire. She has an extensive background in communications and marketing strategy, social media, and market research in both the corporate and nonprofit sectors. She holds certifications in marketing strategy and social media from Cornell University and Hootsuite and is a frequent speaker and panelist on topics of digital engagement and social media.
Clark holds a bachelor’s degree from Smith College and a master’s degree from the University of Dublin, Trinity College.
The Episcopal Diocese of Maine encompasses more than 10,000 people in 57 year-round churches, 18 summer chapels, Camp Bishopswood and three Jubilee Centers. The Episcopal Diocese of Maine builds and supports strong communities of faith for God’s mission. The Diocese is led by the Right Reverend Thomas J. Brown, the Tenth Bishop of Maine