Carlee Clark is the Administrator for Home Matters Northern Kentucky. She is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University, achieved a Bachelor of Science Degree in Recreation and Parks Administration with a major in Therapeutic Recreation, minor in American Sign Language. She has worked in healthcare since 2007 and served as a clinician and director in a variety of settings including, acute rehab, geri-psych, home and community based services, long term care, residential/long term care for those with intellectual disabilities and memory care. Carlee became a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS) in 2008 and also became a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) in 2017.
She became involved in BIANK/Bridges (brain injury support group) as a volunteer in the early 2000’s, and became a member of the Board of Directors in 2014. Carlee continues to volunteer as a Support Group Facilitator and serves on the Board of Directors for BIANK/Bridges, which serves the local brain injury community in the NKY, Southern OH and Southern IN regions. She was the recipient of the Clara B. Hughes Caregiver Award in 2017 and the Lisa Combs Horizon Award in 2019 through BIANK/BRIDGES.
Carlee’s passion for serving those in need, whether it be in a volunteer or professional capacity stems from her personal experience of helping her younger brother, who survived two traumatic brain injuries.