Director, Cox Enterprises



Janet Morrison Clarke is President & Founder of Clarke Littlefield LLC, a firm focused on providing strategic consulting services to the financial services industry with particular emphasis on marketing technologies. Her prior experience includes executive roles at DealerTrack Holdings [2002-03] Young & Rubicam, including Chairman & CEO of its KnowledgeBase Marketing subsidiary [2000-01]; Citigroup, where she was Managing Director of Global Database Marketing [1997-2000] and executive positions at R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company [1979-1997].

Clarke is a former director and chair of the compensation committee of Asbury Automotive Group (NYSE). and a former director of ExpressJet Holdings.

Clarke served as a director of eFunds Corporation [2000-07] and Gateway Corporation [2005-07]. Both companies were sold in 2007.

In 2004, Clarke chaired the special committee in the ‘going private’ transaction of Cox Communications. In 2007, she joined the board of the privately held acquirer, Cox Enterprises, where she currently chairs the compensation committee.

She serves on several private company boards.

Clarke is a graduate of Princeton where she serves as a Charter Trustee Emeritus and served as Chairman of the Audit Committee [2000-07] and co-Chairman of the Capital Campaign [1995-2000].She currently serves on the advisory board of Princeton’s Center for Economic Studies [CEPS] and is a member of the Princeton University Varsity Club Board. She has an AMP from Harvard Business School and is a former member of the Alumni Advisory Board [2002-2005]. She teaches a course entitled “CEO Compensation” at Wharton Business School’s Directors Program.