Alison (Lisi) Clark

Advisory Council Member, WDN
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Alison Clark is a Massachusetts native who has served both in and out of government for over 30 years. She managed the Governor’s Washington Office for the State of Connecticut. She moved to Washington, D.C., to serve as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental Affairs in the first Bush administration. She later returned to Commerce in the George W. Bush Administration as Chief of Staff to Secretary Donald L. Evans. After her tenure at Commerce, she was named Senior Vice President for Government and International Affairs at United Technologies Corporation where she was responsible for the corporation’s interactions with both the U.S. and foreign governments. During that time she served on the board of the US Russia Business Council, the Russian Foreign Investment Advisory Council (FIAC), and Co-Chaired the Steering Committee of the Center for National Policy (CNP).   In 2012 she opened a Washington Office for the Mosaic Company and served on the board of Responsible Ag, The Fertilizer Institute’s Government Affairs Committee and Environmental Affairs Committee.

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