Rev. Dan Clark
Rev. Dan Clark (he/him/his) is Ohio Director at Faith in Public Life. In this role, he builds relationships with diverse clergy and faith leaders around Ohio to amplify a faith voice around issues and moments for the common good, justice, and compassion. Dan was born and raised in Columbus, and though he’s also lived in Chicagoland, Hampton Roads, and Colorado Springs, and worked and studied in Africa and Eastern Europe, he loves living near his hometown on a 7 acre farm with his wife, Jeannette, an equine facilitated psychotherapist, and his 3 teenaged kids. When he’s not working in nonprofit advocacy, you can find Dan writing and recording original music with his brother (a historian studying environmental racism), watching his kids play soccer and volleyball, taking in live local music, cooking, camping, or working on and enjoying the family farm with its pond, horses, and more. Dan is clergy in the United Church of Christ, has degrees in music business from Valparaiso University and theology from Fuller Theological Seminary, as well as advanced training from Rockwood Leadership Institute, The Management Center, Midwest Academy, and Gestalt Institute of Central Ohio.