Jason Clay's keynotes offer important lessons on the interconnectivity of the world around us. As Senior Vice President and Market Transformation at World Wildlife Fund, Clay has a lifetime of experience in understanding the links between the environment and people.
A Harvard educated scholar, Clay received his Bachelor's of Arts in Anthropology Magna Cum Laude in 1973 and went on to attend the London School of Economics and Political Science and Cornell University, where he received his Ph.D.
After school, Clay has worked as Lecturer in the Department of Anthropology at Harvard in 1979, then went on to work as a Social Science Analyst at the USDA until 1980. He worked various positions with Cultural Survival, Inc., Rights & Resources and the Fund for Sustainable Enterprises before landing with World Wildlife. Entering the animal and environmental rights foundation in 1993, he has remained with the global company since.