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writer , television producer

Margaret Ann-Cynthia Clark, American television producer, writer. Recipient Bird Lifetime Achievement award American Association Respiratory Care, 1996.


Clark, Margaret Ann-Cynthia was born on August 20, 1964 in New Orleans. Daughter of Joseph Christian and Elizabeth Rose Muller.


Diploma, St. Mary's Dominican College, 1984. AS in Nursing, University New York, 1990. Bachelor in Journalism, 1999.

Postgraduate, Harvard University, 2002. Master of Science in international health, Touro University, 2005.


Pediatric, neonatal therapist Charity Hospital, New Orleans, 1984-1986. Therapist/nurse Touro Infirmary, 1986-1991. Therapist St. John's Mercy Hospital, St. Louis, 1991-1992.

Nurse Grady Memorial Hospital, Atlanta, 1992-1995. Director pulmonary rehabilitation Touro Infirmary, 1995-1998. Writer producer WYES-television, New Orleans, 1996-1900.

Contributor The Shakespeare Bulletin, Easton, Pennsylvania, 1996-1901. Correspondent Advance News Magazines, King of Prussia, since 1990. Clinical coordinator pulmonary medicine Boston University, since 2001.

Writer Georgia Medical Care Foundation, 2003. Editorial director Medscape/Webmd, 2004.



Board director Shakespeare Festival, Tulane University, New Orleans, since 1996. President Officer's Wives Club, Fort Gillen, Georgia, 1993-1995, American Medical Writers Association, 2005. Member Louisiana Colonels, New Orleans, since 1997.

Member American Association Respiratory Care, American Medical Writers Association, American College Chest Physicians, National Academy television Arts and Sciences.


Married Samuel Varnell, October 5, 1991 (divorced August 1997). Married Kenneth Clark, September 12, 2000.

Joseph Christian

Elizabeth Rose Muller

Samuel Varnell

Kenneth Clark