Scott Clark is an international development specialist with over 25 years’ experience, 14 of which have been in developing countries. He is currently the Director of Costing for CNFA where he leads proposal design, budget preparation, and serves as a liaison between operations, programs, and business development. Prior to this, he was the director of CNFA’s Farmer-to-Farmer Programs in Southern Africa, East Africa, and Europe/Caucasus/Central Asia.
Before joining CNFA in 2010, Mr. Clark worked for TechnoServe, holding various positions, including the senior program manager for the Africa Division. He has held long-term project management positions focused on food security and export capacity building in Ghana and Mozambique, and served as an agricultural extensionist with Peace Corps in highland Ecuador. He has conducted short-term assignments in 25 additional countries on value chain development, monitoring and evaluation, and proposal preparation. Mr. Clark holds a M.A. in Latin American Studies with a focus on agricultural development from the University of New Mexico, and a B.A. in History with a focus on developing countries from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is fluent in Portuguese, proficient in Spanish and speaks basic French.