Putting the Phil in Philanthropy University
After over six months of searching, we are pleased to announce that Phil Clark will be joining the Philanthropy University team as Head of Product.
Philanthropy University is the new tech-enabled platform that transforms the impact of local organizations working to deliver sustainable development for all.October 1, 2018
In this role, Phil is responsible for establishing and executing on the product vision, building and leading the product team and managing relationships with key partners.
Prior to joining the Philanthropy University team, Phil was the Chief Creative Officer and Chief Operating Officer at Exygy, where he was responsible for the overall vision and strategy of the company. Under his leadership, the company fully pivoted into social impact space, grew 400% in annual revenue, and was recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in the US by Inc Magazine. Additionally, he established and grew the design practice, and recruited and matriculated much of the team, including the Leadership Team.
Previously, Phil worked on the strategy team at Teach for America, was a Coro Fellow in Civic Leadership and Public Affairs and taught 6th Grade in Brooklyn through Teach for America. He graduated cum laude from Vassar College.
Please welcome me in joining Phil to the Philanthropy University team!
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