Robert Clauser, MBA ’93
Media Executive, Entrepreneur, Investor, Social Impact Advocate
Robert Clauser, ’93, has extensive experience in the corporate, startup, and nonprofit worlds, having been a founder as well as a C-suite leader. He is coming out of the “quarantunnel” having built resiliency programs for social impact organizations, expanded the Peace Studio, and launched an education foundation. He has had a residency with TED, including having given a talk on philanthropy and social impact. He has harnessed the power of storytelling and journalism to illuminate and activate social champions and causes through his roles including the CFO of WNET/New York Public Media and COO of Tina Brown Live Media/Women in the World Media/American Justice Summit.
Clauser has more than 20 years of experience in media and entertainment strategy and operations and deep financial experience related to fundraising. He’s a philanthropist partnering with organizations ranging from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, Eco Art Project, Philanthropy Sharktank, icouldbe, Montage Pictures to Gaingels, and StartOut.