Peter Clark has been an adjunct professor at Stonehill since 2007 teaching Management Information Systems since that time, and Operations and Supply Chain Management occasionally. He enjoys acquainting students with management and analytical career opportunities in the technology field that are less obvious to many students because of common technology paradigms. 

Clark is the Senior Vice President of Information Systems at Jordan's Furniture that was founded in 1918.  A subsidiary of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Company, Jordan’s is headquartered in E. Taunton, MA with a collocated distribution center, and several “big box” stores throughout New England. Jordan’s differentiation strategy is customer entertainment. It operates IMAX theaters, indoor ropes courses, the well-known Enchanted Village seasonally, but the company is also well known for its high quality of service after the sale. 

Clark’s department provides technical and system-level support for the stores, corporate office, and distribution center. His team devotes considerable resources leading process-improvement efforts throughout the company by engaging stakeholders from all disciplines to develop innovative solutions that promote efficiency and profitability. 

Clark is a member of the company's Executive Leadership Committee that develops growth strategies and policies, and he leads the company's Technology Steering Committee. 

Before switching to the technology field, Clark accumulated more than a decade of experience in broadcast journalism, retail sales, sales training, and sales management. 


  • Master of Science Management, Bridgewater State University 
  • Bachelor of Science Communication & Journalism, University of New Hampshire