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Clark Parsons

A native of (sweet home) Alabama in the U.S., Clark began his career  as a writer (Daily Variety, Cable Guide, The Tennessean, Nashville Scene) and editor-in-chief (Nashville Life). He was awarded a Robert Bosch Fellowship in 1997 and moved to Germany, going on to advise several broadcasters locating in Berlin and helping establish the Einstein Channel. After stints as a broadcast media consultant  at KPMG/BearingPoint and as Country Manager for an IT business development network, he co-founded Vortel GmbH, a VoIP-telephony company before taking on the role of Managing Director of the Berlin School of Creative Leadership where he lead the team administering and marketing a unique business school that was built by creatives for creatives.