CC Clark

European Director of Communications, FCB
CC began her career in entertainment, building award-winning European campaigns for artists including Led Zeppelin and Biffy Clyro at Way To Blue, before setting up the communications division of Think Jam in 2006. Here she created digital and social campaigns for over 200 releases, including The Hunger Games and Harry Potter, as well as international franchises for Universal Pictures. She also advised on personal social media strategies for talent including Lord (Alan) Sugar and FMCG brands including Estée Lauder.

In 2015, CC moved to Channel 4 to head up their Comedy and Entertainment publicity team, and was responsible for overseeing communication strategies for shows including Catastrophe, Black Mirror and Stand Up to Cancer. She then moved to +rehabstudio, where she managed all marketing and publicity across the company’s AI messaging and voice skill work, including Emmy award-winning work for HBO. CC joined FCB Inferno in 2017 and manages all publicity across the network’s 20+ European offices and plays a pivotal role in securing brand partnerships for the agency and clients. She has also recently launched the agency’s Social Media Influencer arm.

CC is involved in the Advocacy Academy, a transformational Social Justice Fellowship that supports young leaders from marginalised communities to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to tackle some of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. She is also a member of the Music Circle, part of Annie Lennox’s registered charity The Circle, which was set up to support some of the most disempowered women and girls in the world as they challenge the injustice of inequality.