Julia Clark began her career as a fraud examiner at the age of 17. She went on to expose numerous fraud and corruption cases. She was one of the first activists for stalking laws in the nation. In addition, assisted in the second stalking law being enacted in the United States of America. She was the first female door staff (security agent) for Pat O’Brien’s. While vacationing in the Antarctica she brought to justice a shanghaiing and money funneling operation conducted by an US General. She was the first Female admitted into to Forensic Accounting program at Georgia Southern University. She is an accomplished and published musician, visual artist, and writer. She advocates internationally in some of the most challenging places on the planet against corruption by giving tools and reasons to act at a grassroots and political level.
Contact information: Desk-jockey@JuliaClark.org