NEW YORK—Harry Clark, managing partner at Stanwich Group and formerly managing partner at Omnicom consulting and public affairs firm Clark & Weinstock, has joined Brunswick Group in an of-counsel capacity. Clark will work with both the New York and Washington D.C. offices of the firm, focusing on public policy, mergers and acquisitions, corporate reputation issues, crisis, litigation and issues management.
“Harry’s experience managing some of the most prominent and complex policy and business issues of the past 20 years makes him a real asset to the firm and our clients,” says Steven Lipin, senior partner in the U.S. for Brunswick. “The addition of Harry to our teams in New York and Washington will further strengthen Brunswick’s public affairs and corporate reputation offer.”
Clark is currently managing -artner of Stanwich Group, a strategic consulting firm in Greenwich, Conn. In 2003 and 2004, he advised Worldcom/MCI and the MCI Creditors’ Committee on strategies to accelerate MCI’s emergence from bankruptcy and removal from the U.S. Government’s General Services Administration suspended list. Earlier, he served as counselor to Ambassador Robert Zoellick and the office of the United States Trade Representative.
Clark retired in 2001 as managing partner of Clark & Weinstock.