Clark currently consults with the World Bank Group, where he works to create climate-smart livestock systems via targeted policy and investment interventions. He also serves on the Global Secretariat for the Climate Smart Agriculture Youth Network and the Selection Board for the AtlasCorps Fellowship. In conjunction with his work, he is a joint Ph.D. candidate at Wageningen University and Cornell University, where he researches circular food system economics. He recently finished dual MSc degrees in Organic Agriculture and Agroecology at Wageningen University and ISARA-Lyon, respectively. His MSc thesis was recognized as one of the top MSc theses in the Netherlands when it won the Unilever Research Prize for its contribution to the UN SDGs. This education is built off of his undergraduate experience at the University of Chicago, where he gained a BSc in Environmental Science and a BA in Biology, with a specialization in Microbiology.