As a government relations representative for National Farmers Union, Zack Clark advocates for family farmers, ranchers, and rural communities in Congress and the executive branch. His focus includes, but is not limited to, crop insurance, commodities, dairy, tax, credit, and specialty crops.
Prior to his employment with NFU, Clark worked as Legislative Assistant to Congressman Joe Courtney (D-CT) who served on the House Agriculture Committee. Over those three years Clark advised the congressman on a wide range of issues, but particularly focused on agriculture and the Farm Bill. Prior to joining the Courtney staff, Clark worked for Senator Lieberman (I-CT) in various capacities beginning in 2008.
Clark graduated from the University of Connecticut with a Bachelor of Arts degree and from the National Defense University with a Masters in International Security Affairs.