Pat Clark, CPM
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
Pat Clark is the Director of Operations and Broker in Charge for Tradd Commercial and Tradd Management in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Ms. Clark manages all aspects of property management and leasing for the company’s Asset Management Division. The Tradd Commercial Management portfolio covers all commercial sectors, to include office, medical, retail, industrial, and covers all residential sectors to include HOA’s and apartments.
Ms. Clark brings a wealth of property management experience to the Tradd Commercial organization. She worked 13 years with Century 21 Boling & Associates. During her tenure, Century 21 Boling was the highest producing Century 21 in the state of South Carolina. She then went on to manage the South Grand Strand Operations for Benchmark Management Group, Inc. Under her direct supervision, the South Strand operations grew from 4 properties and 20 Board of Directors to 18 properties and 32 Board of Directors. Pat served in this capacity for eight years.
Pat Clark hails from Camden, South Carolina. Ms. Clark graduated from USC-Coastal Carolina in 1980 with a bachelor’s degree in Education. Ms. Clark is a licensed Real Estate Broker in the state of South Carolina. Ms. Clark is a member of both the SC State IREM (Institute of Real Estate Management) chapter and the National IREM organization. Ms. Clark carries the highest recognized management designation, the CPM. This designation is earned after meeting IREM’s rigorous requirements in professional education, examination, and experience. Ms. Clark is involved in numerous community organizations and is a member of Christ United Methodist Church. Her hobbies include golfing, gardening, boating, fishing, camping, riding motorcycles, and spending time with family and friends.
- 30 + years of management experience
- Manages and oversees in excess of 50 +/- Commercial & Residential Properties
- BA from USC- Coastal Carolina University
- Carries the prestigious CPM Designation
- Represents IREM on State and National levels