Clarice Johnson joined Aspire Financial Services in February 2016 as the Vice President of Strategic Engagements, responsible for supporting sales productivity and deal flow by securing the execution and close of complex BPO/Block Implementations. In this role, Clarice provides project management oversight and leads cross-functional teams throughout all phases of the engagement cycle.
With over 20+ years of experience managing national and global business transformation and technology solutions across complex organizational structures in North America, EMEA, and Latin America in a number of industry sectors, Clarice possesses deep technical knowledge of business integrations, process re-engineering, compliance & operational risk control, and quality improvement implementations. Clarice collaborates across the organization to ensure proposed deals include service, operational, and technical solutions that accurately address customer needs and are appropriately supported by key customer decision-makers.
Previously, Clarice served as Senior Director of Operations at Care Services, establishing the Long Term Care On Call Pharmacy division. Prior to that, Clarice was Director, Pharmacy Programs at HELIOS (previously PMSI), where she served as the PMO leader for the pharmacy operations division. As Director of Operations at Kforce Professional Staffing, Clarice was the regional operations leader accountable for the management and optimization of business operations for the $13M sales region and 2,000+ contingent workforce. She also served as Assistant Vice President at Citigroup Tampa, London, and New York, where she implemented global projects and analyzed business processes in Global Corporate Real Estate, Financial Reporting for Latin America, and Global Accounts Payable division to identify process gaps and process improvement opportunities.
Clarice has a Six Sigma Green Belt from Florida Atlantic University and is a Project Management Professional (PMP) from the Project Management Institute (PMI). She received her BA in International Studies and Political Science from the University of Miami and her BA in Finance with minor in Economics from the University of South Florida.