Clark is a philanthropic advisor and fund development professional with experience serving local and global philanthropies, not-for-profits and political organizations. As a member of the Effective Philanthropy team at the $850M Central Indiana Community Foundation, Clark provides values-driven, strategic philanthropic advising to nearly 200 corporate, family and individual fund-holders. He previously served on the development staff at Kiwanis International, where he cultivated funds and managed volunteers in western USA, Canada, and the Caribbean to support the Kiwanis Children’s Fund and two global health campaigns in partnership with UNICEF USA. Clark has also provided fundraising and communications strategy for political campaigns and elected officials throughout Indiana. Clark is a graduate of Butler University and is pursuing the Certificate in Fundraising Management at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. His civic engagement includes IndyHub’s 1828 Project; the capital campaign committee for Trinity Haven; and multiple leadership roles at First Congregational Church, a vibrant community with a rich history and commitment to social and racial justice.
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