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Family Business Team

Center for Family Business Team

Ted Clark is the Executive Director of the Northeastern University Center for Family Business.

Ted Clark received his MBA from Clark University, in Worcester, and holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Southern Maine. He teaches Entrepreneurship and has taught in the College's Coop MBA, High-Tech MBA program and has also taught at Clark University's Graduate School of Management and Fisher College.

In addition to having been involved with the family business on Cape Cod, Professor Clark has been involved with a number of start-up companies and has held positions in marketing, sales, product management and product development. He has experience in the Internet and unregulated energy industries, and as an independent consultant, he specialized in business-to-business strategy development and marketing and has worked with clients in software development, medical billing, and financial services.

Ted is married, has two children and lives in Upton, Massachusetts.

He can be reached at (617) 373-7031, or by email at ted.clark@neu.edu

Family Business Faculty Members


Kimberly Eddleston, Associate Professor, Patrick F. and Helen C. Walsh Research Professor,Daniel and Dorothy Grady Research Fellow

Professor Eddleston’s primary research area is the study of family businesses and how the family can help or hinder business success. She also is known for her work on entrepreneurial careers and particularly the unique ways that women approach entrepreneurship and manage their businesses.