Clea Kaske-Kuck is Director for Policy, Advocacy and Member Mobilization at WBCSD. In her role, together with her diverse team, she leads advocacy and policy development for WBCSD members in all the pathways and imperatives, manages relationships with academia and civil society organizations, and drives collective business action towards key global summits to ensure business is part of the global policy agenda and presents concrete solutions.
Clea previously worked for over 12 years at Cargill, one of the world’s largest food, agriculture and transportation companies, in multiple roles of growing responsibility in the areas of corporate responsibility, sustainability, policy and communications out of the company’s offices in the US, China, the Netherlands and Switzerland.
Clea graduated from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government in 2007 with a two-year Masters in Public Policy degree as a German McCloy Scholar. She worked at the World Bank in Washington DC as well as for the US Congress for two years in total after graduating from Stanford University with honors in international relations in 2003.
Clea grew up in southern rural Greece, raised by German parents, and now lives in Prangins, Switzerland with her husband and two children: Katharina (7) and Anton (5). When not working, she loves to spend time with her family, travel, cook and read.