Paul Clark

Paul Clark

Paul is a Co-founder of Pinnacle Foundation. He was inspired by the vision of fellow founders Sean Linkson, Philip Comans and Susan Brooks to help bring that vision to life.

Paul’s professional experience reflects his passion and commitment for driving positive social outcomes. He has worked for over twenty years, both locally and internationally, developing and managing programs with a positive impact in partnership with organisations across the corporate and government sectors.

Now a senior manager at the Office of the eSafety Commissioner, Paul is responsible for overseeing development and delivery of programs designed to improve the online safety of vulnerable Australians.

In 2011, Paul stepped back from actively working with the Pinnacle Foundation to take up a position in Seattle with Microsoft’s Corporate Citizenship and Public Affairs team. This included managing Microsoft’s Corporate Strategic Partnership with the World Economic Forum. Before moving to the USA, Paul was a key member of Microsoft Australia’s Corporate Affairs team where he managed all aspects of their Corporate Responsibility programs.

Before joining Microsoft, Paul held a range of senior stakeholder engagement roles with eminent cultural institutions, including the Australian Museum and Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust.
Paul holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of NSW and Graduate Certificate in Business Management from the University of Technology Sydney.