Robert Flanagan, president of Clark Enterprises, has joined the board of directors for Boulder Crest Retreat for Military and Veteran Wellness in Bluemont.
Flanagan oversees the acquisition, management and development of new investment opportunities for Clark Enterprises. As managing director of CNF Investments LLC, the firm’s private equity division, he serves on the boards of Eagle Oil & Gas Co., Brown Advisory, and Svelte Medical Systems. He is chairman of the board of directors of Sagent Pharmaceuticals and the Federal City Council, Washington, DC. He is also a member of the board of advisors of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. He is a trustee of the Clark Charitable Foundation, Inc.
Retreat founder and Chairman Ken Falke said he was grateful for the involvement and continued investment and leadership from the Clark family and Flanagan. “Bob is exactly the kind of board member we need and his experience will surely help guide us as we continue to grow our programming nationwide,” he said in a statement.
Falke also noted that Clark was an early supporter of the effort to establish the retreat.
“We are very happy with our investment and see now that our Bluemont location can be scaled and replicated to other high veteran concentrated areas,” Flanaghan stated, noting he was honored to play a role in the important endeavor.
Previously Flanagan served as a director of Clark Construction Group LLC, chairman of the board of directors of Martek Biosciences Corporation and treasurer, secretary and member of the board of directors of Baltimore Orioles, Inc
The 37-acre nonprofit Boulder Crest Retreat is a rural sanctuary that provides free accommodations, recreational and therapeutic activities and programs to help the nation’s military and veteran personnel and their families recover and reconnect during thir healing from the physical and invisible wounds of war. For more information, go to bouldercrestretreat.org.