Author

Calvin Clark

MBA student at Goizueta Business School at Emory University

Calvin Clark is an MBA student at Goizueta Business School at Emory University. He currently works with a couple microfinance organizations — assisting with projects in the Middle East as well as analyzing microfinance investments around the globe.

Mr. Clark has also worked with CARE’s advocacy team to lobby members of Congress and develop public awareness campaigns on HIV/AIDS issues, global poverty and the Darfur crisis.

Prior to resuming his studies, Mr. Clark was an analyst at The Globalist Research Center where he wrote features on the global political economy.

Mr. Clark holds degrees in Economics, Middle East Studies and German from the J. William Fulbright College at the University of Arkansas and has also studied in Egypt, Lebanon and Switzerland. He speaks German, Arabic — and a bit of Hebrew.

Articles by Calvin Clark

Arafat’s Legacy: Lacking Herzl’s Wisdom?

Is Arafat like an entrepreneur who failed to hire an experienced CEO?

November 9, 2004

Palestine: The New Arafat

Could Jordan's King Abdullah be the key for a permanent Middle East peace settlement?

March 4, 2002