Kevin Clark


Kevin is a native of Virginia and spent his youth exploring the Washington, D.C. suburbs before relocating to Montana where he received a bachelor’s degree in political science from Montana State University. Kevin currently sits on the board of the Development Committee for the Rocky Mountain MS Center and on the board of directors for the Art of War Project. He brings more than 10 years of experience in the public, private and nonprofit sectors. His forward thinking and ingenuity propelled him to successfully navigate the political machine of the nation’s capital where he consulted for the Department of Defense, World Bank and the American Petroleum Institute.

An accomplished and highly motivated consultant, Kevin carries an extensive background in helping organizations across all industries improve operational performance, production, and capital gains. He is experienced in engaging public and private stakeholders, bringing expertise in process and system modeling, program and business development, and strategic planning. With demonstrated leadership skills, Kevin is capable of distilling complex problems and communicating them effectively to diverse crowds.

Kevin is excited to promote awareness about the benefits of cannabis and to increase patient access. With his experience working for local, state and federal governments, he developed a strong understanding behind the complexities faced with pushing political topics forward. He experienced this firsthand when he observed restrictions placed on patient access to cannabis due to a lack of strong public policy for cannabis medical patients and is ready to diffuse the holes in the public policy system that prevents qualified patients from having safe access to cannabis. As a passionate and growing professional, Kevin will continue to utilize his experience in efforts to educate and improve public opinion about the benefits of cannabis and free market access.