Lena Germaine Clark: a voice for mental illness


LENA GERMAINE CLARK is an author, who has worked with individuals diagnosed with mental illness for 17 years.

When she’s not encouraging or motivating others, Lena Germaine Clark is writing, she’s most likely on the move doing what she loves being a voice for mental illness. She enjoys spending time with her mother and her children Amaryst, Arielle, Noah and Genesis. In her spare time, she enjoys playing tennis, skydiving, writing, reading, cooking and listening to jazz.

In her book “An Amazing Mind”, Lena’s takes you on her journey of love, frustration, pain, and the infinite love of God as she tells you her story.

She has another book forthcoming in a few months, titled “What’s on your Mind?”

  • Tell us about yourself…

“I’m from Jupiter, Florida and I attended Clark Atlanta University. I’m a mother of four. I’ve worked in the Mental Health field for 15 years and I’m on a mission to destigmatize mental illness.”


  • What inspired you to write this book?

“I’ve always been a writer. However, I was inspired to start writing my book “An Amazing Mind” after losing my husband to suicide. I was motivated to support individuals in the world that are suffering with mental illness and don’t have the support and understanding they need.”

  • Was publishing hard?

“A good way to publish is by hiring a ghost writer or self publishing. Regardless to how you publish your book, the population that loves to read and collect books will always purchase hardcopy books. I personally like to read and purchase books as a hardcopy.”


Member of NAMI (National Alliance of Mental Illness)
Member of Atlanta Business League (ABL)
Member of Association of Professional Women
Member of National Association of Women Business Owners
Member of National Association of Professional Women (NAPW)


“An Amazing Mind” at Amazon



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