WASHINGTON - United States Trade Representative Robert B. Zoellick today announced that Harry W. Clark has been named "Counselor" to the Office of USTR, a new position in which Mr. Clark will help advance key USTR initiatives.
"I'm excited to have Harry W. Clark join the USTR team," said Zoellick. "Harry will provide invaluable advice as the United States continues to lead an aggressive global, regional and bilateral trade agenda."
During his career, Mr. Clark has developed expertise and a wide network of relationships in fields ranging from finance, health care and politics to journalism, advertising and public relations.
Mr. Clark retired at the end of last year as managing partner at Clark and Weinstock, a public policy and strategy consulting firm he founded in 1988. Mr. Clark has worked with former Senator and U.S. Trade Representative William Brock and former Congressman, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and Vice-Presidential candidate Jack Kemp.
In the late 1970's, Mr. Clark started a television production company that developed and produced documentaries which aired on PBS, the BBC and Tokyo Broadcasting, including "Countdown to the White House: The Reagan Transition" and "Admiral William J. Crowe: The Lessons of War."
A 1972 graduate of Cornell University, Mr. Clark has served on the executive committee of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team, the executive committee of the Greenwich Library (CT), and the board of the Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich, among other public service organizations.
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