Perhaps it’s surprising that someone with such comprehensive knowledge of financial and estate planning obtained his college degree as a forest pathologist, and then worked as a whitewater raft guide all over the western United States for ten years – but that’s what Clark, a Humboldt State University graduate, did. Indeed, Clark’s experience as a guide has proven invaluable to his understanding and how to safely navigate his clients through difficult times as well as periods of prosperity. Woven together he aims to achieve the maximum outcome for each of his clients.
He originally grew up outside of Boston, but moved out to California to attend college there. Clark has been in the financial services industry for 24 years, and is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional, having earned his designation from the College of Financial Planning in Denver, Colorado. He first began his career with a large investment company in the East Bay, and was frequently a top producer there. For twenty years he was the founder and president of Miller, Bria and Associates. He has since joined Titus Wealth Management as managing partner
Clark resides in San Rafael with his wife Adriana and Ella the Australian cattle dog. He has been president of the Northern California Underwater Photographic Society, and is currently a volunteer at the California Academy of Science, and serves as treasurer on the board of directors for ETC (Environmental Traveling Companion), a non-profit organization that provides access to the outdoors for individuals with physical, visual, and developmental impairments, life threatening illnesses, and for disadvantaged youth. When he is not working he is an accomplished scuba diver and underwater photographer, teaches martial arts, and raises bees.