Troy
  • Troy E. Clarke
  • President, Chief Executive Officer
  • The National L.E.A.D. Institute
  • Years in position: 11
  • Years in profession: 13
  • Type of Business: 501(c)(3) Non-Profit. A Community Correctional Organization offering treatment services as well as alternative programs, which are research driven and evidence based to the "At-Risk" and offender population within the Criminal Justice System.

Major Products and Services:

Substance Use Disorder Trainer, Cognitive Behavioral Treatment, Correctional Training, Re-entry programs for pre/post release inmates from prisons around the Caribbean, United States and the Bahamas. Correctional Specialist.

Marketing Area:

Caribbean, North America and the International arena

Expertise:

International Certified Addiction Professional, Developing individual transformation; Life Coaching; Certified Trainer, Non-Profit Management & Leadership

Hobbies/Interests/Sports:

Tennis, Soccer, Track & Field, Watching movies on Netflix; Traveling, Gourmet Cooking

Educational Background:

Pursuing Master of Science in Management-Non-Profit Leadership, New England College(expected completion 2017); Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, Saint Augustine's College, with Honors (1997)Advanced Degree in Social Work, College of the Bahamas, Associate of Arts in Law and Criminal Justice

Affiliations/Associations/Societies:

The Visiting Committee to The Simpson Penn Center for Boys; The Bahamas National Drug Council; American Correctional Association; International Third World Leaders Association; Caribbean Association of Corrections; Toastmasters International; Real Men's Ministry International; Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.; Bahamas Civil Society, NADCP-National Association of Drug Courts Professionals, NAADAC-National Association for Addiction Professionals.

Charity/Volunteer Work:

Visiting Committee, The Simpson Penn Center for Boys; Director of Activities and Programs Development, Crisis Center Bahamas, The Bahamas Re-entry, Parole/Probation Committee.

What do you attribute your success to?:

I attribute my success to my passion and faith in God, which gives me the tenacity to overcome any challenge or obstacle which may come my way in life.

How did you get involved in your profession?:

I became involved in my profession because I had experience working as a Probation Officer in Bahamas for four years, and as a member of the Royal Bahamas Defense Force for 13 years. I have a passion for helping others.

What do you consider to be the highlight of your career?:

Leading the National L.E.A.D. Institute to become a 501(c)(3)Non-Profit within The United States along with being the first and only Organization to implement the MRT-Moral Reconation Therapy Program within the Prison System in the State of North Carolina and The Bahamas.

Where will you be in five years?:

In five years, I intends to establish a group of companies owned by The National L.E.A.D. Institute to facilitate the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Substance Use Disorders, and this displaying Anti-Social Personality Disorders who are in the Criminal Justice System.

Day-to-Day Responsibilities:

Leadership & Management, Fundraising & Communications, Strategic Planning & New Business, Program Development, Strengthening Infrastructure & Operations, Organizational Development

Licenses/Certifications:

Completed the Training for Instructors Course by United States Agency for International Development Office for Foreign Disaster Assistance (USAID) in March 2011. In July 2011 he completed Level 1 & 2 of the Myles Munroe Leadership Mentoring Program. Successfully completed Train-the Trainer Program in TRP- “Becoming the Totally Responsible Person” Completed Level 3 of the Myles Munroe Leadership Mentoring Program. Completed the Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) Training Course for Facilitators specializing in a leading Cognitive-Behavioral Evidence-Based Program with Correctional Counseling, Inc. in Germantown, Memphis Tennessee and was awarded Continuing Education Units from Louisiana State University in Shreveport. Completed the ICCE Training of Trainers Universal Treatment Curicula for Substance Use Disorders (UTC) Curriculum 1 & 2 for Addiction Professionals. Completed Curriculum 4, 4A, 7, and 8 of the International Center for Certification and Education of Addiction Professionals (ICCE). In July 2015, completed the first & second part of Train the Trainer for MRT Programs at Correctional Counseling, Inc in German Town, Tennessee. International Certified Addiction Professional with ICCE Colombo Plan

Awards/Honors:

High Performance Leadership Award, Golden Rule International (2015); Advanced Communicator Silver Award, Toastmasters International; Bahamas Prison Fellowship Award; Academic Excellence In Social Work Award; The Most Outstanding Organization of the Year Award, Nassau Ministry of Youth Sports & Culture (2011)

Extended Bio:

A native Bahamian, and an emerging Correctional Specialist, Troy Edward Clarke, Sr. was born and raised in the inner city of New Providence. His portfolio includes Non-Profit Management, Personal Development Training and Motivational Speaking. He is the Founder, President & C.E.O. of The National L.E.A.D. Institute, one of the fastest growing Community Correctional Institutions in the Caribbean.