The Keys to Succeeding in Your Boardroom Search, with Clint Allen
Exploring experiences and avenues to success.
Breaking into the boardroom can often be a daunting task, however, recourses exist to help those who sit on boards, and those who aspire to. As Clint Allen joins us, we dive into finding board seats, succeeding in them, and the American College of Corporate Directors.
Clint was born in Brockton, Massachusetts in 1944. He attended Cardinal Spellman High School and Phillips Exeter Academy and moved on to graduate Harvard class of 1967, playing football and crew. Clint worked as an investment banker on Wall Street from graduation until 2001, and even provided financing for Blockbuster Video, serving on board until it sold to Viacom in 1994. Clint has served on 18 public boards, and most recently, founded the American College of Corporate Directors in 2004. We recorded this episode before Clint’s passing this past December, and would like to dedicate this episode to his memory and honor the wisdom that he sought to share with others.
In today’s episode, Clint shares stories from his experience on Wall Street, and in board rooms. He also discusses the essentials on landing a board seat, and the American College of Corporate Directors. You won’t want to miss this episode of Boardroom Bound!
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