Robert Clark

Robert Clark

Director of Archives, Rockefeller Archive Center

Bob Clark (he/him) is Director of Archives at the Rockefeller Archive Center (RAC) in Sleepy Hollow, New York. From 2001 to 2015, he served in various leadership roles at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum, including as Supervisory Archivist, Deputy Director, and Acting Director. He also is a recovering attorney, having practiced law in New Mexico for seven years before returning to the archival profession in 2001. Bob holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in history from Texas Tech University (where he first became an archivist) and a J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law. He is the former Chair of the New York State Historical Records Advisory Board (SHRAB) and currently serves on the advisory committee for the LGBT Center Archives in New York City. As the RAC’s Director of Archives, Bob manages a talented team of thirty-two archives and IT professionals and is an advocate for effective records management and archival practices in foundations and non-profits. You can find him on Twitter @Clarkivist.

Short Talk (Round 1) | A Short Conversation about Foundation Archives and Records Management

501 Chiwana

Foundations that participated in the Advancing Foundation Archives: Advocacy, Strategies, and Solutions conference in June 2019 will share their archival and records retention journey, highlighting the importance of good practices, strategies for efficiently tackling big archives projects, and how to capture and record your foundation’s history.

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Short Talk (Round 2) | A Short Conversation about Foundation Archives and Records Management

501 Chiwana

Foundations that participated in the Advancing Foundation Archives: Advocacy, Strategies, and Solutions conference in June 2019 will share their archival and records retention journey, highlighting the importance of good practices, strategies for efficiently tackling big archives projects, and how to capture and record your foundation’s history.

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Foundation Archives and Records Retention

301 Ashnola

Foundations that participated in the Advancing Foundation Archives: Advocacy, Strategies, and Solutions conference in June 2019 will share their archival and records retention journey, highlighting the importance of good practices, strategies for efficiently tackling big archives projects, and how to capture and record your foundation’s history.

Learn, Share, Evolve
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