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International trade consultant

Clark Edward McDonald, American international trade consultant. Member of National Association of Manufacturers (president Association Council), Greater Washington Society Association Executives (president), United States Chamber of Commerce, American Society Association Executives (Key award 1969).

Background

McDonald, Clark Edward was born on January 21, 1917 in Greenville, Mississippi, United States. Son of Volney Lemoyne and Jane (Posey) McDonald.

Education

Bachelor of Arts Economics with distinction, Rhodes College, 1938. Master of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1942. Executive vice president Central Atlanta Improvement Association, 1946-1948.

Executive vice president Southern Sash & Door Jobbers, Memphis, 1948-1950. V.p.Central Woodwork Inc., Memphis, 1950-1954. Vice president S.R. Hungerford Company, Memphis, 1954-1956.

President Hardwood Plywood Manufacturers Association, Reston, Virginia, 1958-1987. Principal Clark E. McDonald Enterprises, McLean, Virginia, 1987^. Consultant international trade, hardwood-plywood and veneer trade association management.

Member of national defense executive research unites states department Commerce. Advisor World Conference on Panel Products unites states department State, Rome.

Career

Executive vice president Central Atlanta Improvement Association, 1946—1948, Southern Sash & Door Jobbers, Memphis, 1948—1950. Vice president Central Woodwork Inc., 1950—1954, S.R. Hungerford Company, Memphis, 1954—1956. President Hardwood Plywood Manufacturers Association, Reston, Virginia, 1958—1987.

Principal Clark E. McDonald Enterprises, McLean, since 1987. Consultant international trade, hardwood-plywood and veneer trade association management. Member national defense executive research United States Department Commerce.

Advisor World Conference on Panel Products United States Department State, Rome. Major United States Army, 1942-1946.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Served to major United States Army, 1942-1946. Member American Society Association Executives (Key award 1969), United States Chamber of Commerce, Greater Washington Society Association Executives (president), National Association of Manufacturers (president Association Council).

Connections

Married Sylvia Keen McDonald, March 25, 1944. 3 children.

father:
Volney Lemoyne McDonald

mother:
Jane (Posey) McDonald

spouse:
Sylvia Keen McDonald