Philip Clark led the innovation for Global Services and Solutions at Orange Business Services. Since the early 1990s, he has spent his time between international business development and the organization of cultural, artistic and educational programs.
He holds a master’s degree in art history from the Institute of Fine Arts of New York University and an MBA from the National School of Highways and Bridges. He is a member of the Vaudois Group of Philosophy.
Convinced that philosophy can exert a beneficial influence in civil society, he participated in the organization of all the editions of the Francophone Festival of Philosophy, and designed the Socrates Project to create a new meeting place between the world of work and philosophy. He teaches general culture to the IMSG’ students.