Jonathan Clark is an independent advisor on strategy and innovation based in the Netherlands. He provides advice in one-to-one coaching sessions, innovation leadership trainings, group workshops or in much larger events. He has been playing and teaching Innovation Games® for more than a decade now.
Jonathan is also a Guest Lecturer and External Examiner for the Masters in Imagineering programme at the Breda University of Applied Sciences. When he is not teaching or designing, producing and running workshops, Jonathan works as the Managing Agent for the DOI Foundation, a not-for-profit membership organisation that takes care of the DOI (Digital Object Identifier) System.
Prior to starting his own company in 2010 Jonathan worked in scientific publishing for 20 years helping to conceive and develop compelling new electronic products; before that he was at Shell Research. He holds a BSc and PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Jonathan was first diagnosed with Mantle-Cell Lymphoma in 2014. He relapsed in 2018 but was lucky enough to be admitted to a landmark clinical trial of CAR-T Cell Therapy. 3 years after treatment he is still in remission and loving life.