Jorian “Jori” Clarke

Jorian “Jori” Clarke is a serial entrepreneur who had a market research company that worked for Fortune 500 companies. She has founded two companies in the digital space. Jori's work has been featured in two books on best online educational practices, and she currently sits on boards for the Milwaukee Public School system and Milwaukee Area Technical College.

With an avid interest in education and technology, Jori has been a conference speaker and creator of online educational activities for children and was involved in the development of the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) for the Federal Trade Commission.

Jori’s father, Gordon Clarke, was a Christian Science practitioner, teacher, and lecturer. Serving her branch church as a board member, board chair, Sunday School superintendent, and Sunday School teacher, Jori enthusiastically connects with the little ones ages 3 to 5 and nurtures their spiritual growth and development. Previously, she has taught Sunday School for all ages, including teens and college classes.

Jori received a degree in sociology from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. She lives in St. Louis with her daughter, Takota, a high school senior, who is an online student at George Washington University Online High School in Washington, DC. Jori’s grown son lives in the state of Washington.