Clark named assistant port director

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Jan Clark

Jan Clark

BROWNSVILLE – Jan Clark has been named the assistant port director for trade at the Brownsville Port of Entry, announced Eugenio Garza Jr., director of field operations for the Laredo field office.

“I’m delighted to be working at the Brownsville, Texas Port of Entry, and look forward to establishing positive working relationships with the trade community and the people of Brownsville,” Assistant Port Director Clark said.

Clark’s career began with the U.S. Customs Service in 1990. Her background with U.S. Customs and Border Protection encompasses experience with a variety of trade-related programs. She began her career in the Port of San Francisco, Calif., as an Import Specialist. In 1992, Clark was promoted to the position of import specialist, program manager, in Washington, DC. After working several years at headquarters, she returned to the field working as an import specialist team leader in the Port of Charlotte, N.C. In 1999, Clark was promoted to the position of supervisory import specialist in the Port of Detroit, Mich. Then in 2002, she received another promotion as the assistant port director, trade/tactical in the Port of Mobile, Ala.

Throughout her career, Clark received many awards and commendations for work involving special projects, working groups and special assignments.

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