Canadian Consul General Tom Clark visited Pittsburgh last week and stepped up to the One Mic Stand to detail the business and technology relationships between Canada and Pittsburgh.
Canada and Pittsburgh have always been very closing trading partners and Clark wants to keep building the relationship even stronger.
Prior to being appointed Consul General in New York by Prime Minister Trudeau, Tom Clark served as Chair of Global Public Affairs, one of the largest public affairs and strategic communications firms in Canada. His private sector clients included senior executives in Canada and internationally who sought public policy and strategic communications advice on key business and investment decisions.
He was a frequent speaker to business groups and associations across the country as well as a sought-after advisor to governments, both in Canada and abroad. Prior to his work in the business community, Consul General Clark was one of Canada’s most respected broadcast journalists.
During his 45-year career, he was posted as Bureau Chief to Washington D.C. and China, in addition to working in more than 30 countries, including tours in eight active war zones. His work earned him numerous awards in both Canada and the United States.