Terrence Clark serves as the President and CEO of the New York New Jersey Minority Supplier Development Council. At the Council, Terrence provides operational oversight and carries out full management and operational responsibilities for the Council staff including personnel, administration, work delegation and performance evaluations.
He previously served as the Vice President of Entrepreneurship and Business Development for the National Urban League, where he was responsible for the management of all of the small business and entrepreneurship programs. Terrence also served as the Senior Vice President, Knowledge Sharing for Opportunity Finance Network.
He served as the Executive Director of the 47th Street Business Improvement District for nine years assisting the 2,600 business owners in New York’s Diamond District in improving economic conditions in the district and marketing its services to a wider client base. He also served as the Executive Director of the Manhattan Minority Business Development Center, Bronx Small Business Development Center and the Pace University Minority and Women Business Development Center.
He is a graduate of Hunter College of the City University of New York, with a bachelor’s degree in Economics. He sits on the boards of the following organizations: TruFund Financial Services, Stonehenge Community Development Corporation, United Fund Advisors (NCF), Supplier Diversity Development Council of New Jersey and the New York State Council of Hispanic Chambers of Commerce