Courtney Clark Pastrick
Pastrick is active in the Washington, D.C.-area community. She has served in leadership roles with several local non-profit organizations, including as former chair of the Board of Trustees for the Washington Jesuit Academy, a middle school for at-risk boys in D.C. and as a trustee for Collegiate Directions, Inc., a college access program for low-income, first generation-to-college students in Maryland.
She is a board member of DC-CAP, a college access program for public and charter school students in D.C. and on the board of Clark Enterprises, the private investment firm founded in 1972 by her father.
Pastrick resides in Chevy Chase, Maryland, with her husband, R. Scott Pastrick, president and CEO of Prime Policy Group. They have two daughters and a son. She holds a JD from the Catholic University of America and a bachelor’s degree from Duke University.