Cary Clark is an international online instructional course designer and facilitator. Her key interests are in the fields of Conservation Agriculture (CA) for small holder farmers’ land use and development, and improving English language skills for people writing reports and intending to apply for places in international universities. She holds degrees in education and economics from the University of California, San Diego and the Open University, UK. She has taught face-to-face in educational institutions in Italy, the UK and the USA. Her career in online teaching and learning began when she developed the first online course in financial literacy (stock markets, budgeting and wealth creation) for the World Bank Group staff in 2004 and since then she has developed and facilitated courses for universities (Reading, UK, Maseno, Kenya), UN agencies (FAO, WB, WFP, AfDB) and the Aga Khan Development Network (AKF, AKES). She moderates an online learning site for teachers and young professionals in Afghanistan, Syria and East Africa preparing to apply for places in universities in the UK, Canada and USA. Currently, she is working with ACT staff to create and deliver an online course on the principles and implementation Conservation Agriculture in Africa.