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Cynthia E. Clark Bentley University, USA

Cynthia E. Clark, Ph.D. is the John W. Poduska Professor of Governance at Bentley University. She primarily teaches Business & Society and Corporate Governance in the Undergraduate, MBA and PhD programs. She has worked with multiple CEOs, c-suite executives and boards of directors on various business and society issues. Recently published work has appeared in Harvard Business Review, Sloan Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, Business Ethics Quarterly, Journal of Business Ethics, Organization & Environment, and Business & Society. Professor Clark serves on the editorial board of two journals: Business & Society and Academy of Management Perspectives. She is also the author of Giving Voice to Values in the Boardroom (2021). Additionally, she is a governance fellow with the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), is a member of the Society for Governance Professionals, the Society for Corporate Compliance & Ethics, the Private Directors Association (PDA) and is active in 50/50 Women on Boards; she presents regularly at all. She has been widely cited in the media including The Wall Street Journal, Institutional Investor, The Boston Globe, CNN, Forbes and Reuters and has appeared on multiple podcasts as a noted expert. Prior to joining Bentley, Clark was a member of the faculty at Boston University, following a career in the banking and securities industry. She holds a PhD from the honors program at Boston University, a master’s degree from Northwestern University, and a BA from Boston College.