David Clark
CEO, David Clark Cause / CEO, Right Here Right Now Global Climate Alliance / CEO, Art for Amnesty

David Clark is a global leader in creating cause-related brands and initiatives that promote social justice issues. Clark began his career working with Muhammad Ali to create the World Healing Project that promoted tolerance and understanding vs. bigotry and Prejudice. To help promote the initiative, Clark secured the support of Prince. Clark’s relationship with the United Nations was established two decades ago when he partnered with South African President Nelson Mandela to create the global 46664 HIV/AIDS initiative. The inaugural 46664 concert included Beyoncé, Bono, Peter Gabriel, Yusuf Islam (aka Cat Stevens) and Annie Lennox. As CEO of Art for Amnesty, Clark worked with Yoko Ono to create the Instant Karma album of John Lennon’s greatest hits, which were covered by artists that included U2, Green Day, Aerosmith, Willie Nelson, Snow Patrol, Lenny Kravitz, REM, The Cure and Maroon 5. Clark is also the founder of the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Alliance, which has emerged as the largest public-private partnership promoting climate justice since it was first announced by global partner United Nations Human Rights and supporters that included Leonardo DiCaprio, Quincy Jones, Ellen DeGeneres, Cher, Camilla Cabello, and many more at COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland.