David Clark is a Senior Consultant with Innolect Inc. Entrepreneurial-minded and enterprise-experienced, he is skilled at driving initiatives from conceptual strategies through successfull field implementation by equipping and empowering teams. He is results-oriented and driven by his curiosity and love for finding systemic solutions that result in increased organizational effectiveness and efficiency.
Mr. Clark consults on strategic planning, organizational development, business planning, and operations management with large NGOs, mid-cap corporations, and innovative startups. Through his 2 decades in business transformation consulting he has helped clients recognize how organizational culture impacts the success of their strategy. He has worked in a variety of sectors and industries, including healthcare, software, manufacturing, technology, real estate, retail, non-profit, professional services, media, tourism, chemicals, wood products, textiles, software, HVAC, CPG, and automotive. Recent clients include Habitat for Humanity International, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, HOPEworldwide, Stony Creek Colors, and Radix Health.
Many of his clients operate at the intersections of business, civil society, and government, and include social impact companies, NGOs, and public private partnerships. He is experienced at working in federated structures and with multiple boards and is adept at identifying and addressing barriers (interpersonal, systemic, processes, etc.), and implementing approaches and disciplines for growth and scale.
David has worked in 9 countries and taught strategy, operations, and entrepreneurship courses with a focus on sustainable business, corporate social responsibility, and social enterprise for graduate students at Lipscomb University, Mercer University, and Presidio. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from Tennessee Technological University and an MBA from Presidio Graduate School. He is a member of Social Venture Circle, Nexus Global, and has been an active participant in related gatherings in the U.S. and Canada since 2008. He volunteers with various community nonprofits in Atlanta, GA.