Director of Transformational Engagement
Clark Vandeventer is the director of transformational engagement at World Hope. In this role, Clark is responsible for helping World Hope constituencies develop meaningful relationships with the organization and our partners so that we can achieve our mission of alleviating poverty, suffering, and injustice around the world. Clark has more than two decades of experience in helping organizations think bigger and achieve more. As deputy director of the historic home of President Ronald Reagan, he played a key role in the effort to open the $20 Million Reagan Ranch Center in Santa Barbara, California. In 2008 he founded his own firm and continued to develop a track record of helping organizations in a wide range of focus reach new heights. In 2010 he was a candidate for United States Congress in California’s 23rd Congressional District. A graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University with a degree in political science, he’s also a past chairman of the President’s Advisory Council for Excellence at IWU. He has extensive experience in humanitarian work in Guatemala, where he lives part-time. Clark and his wife Monica call Lake Tahoe, California their home, where they enjoy being active outdoors with their three children. He’s passionate about setting and achieving goals, being an active and involved father, world travel and humanitarian work, and is an avid cyclist, skier, and runner.