Clinton is the Sustainability Advisory Leader for PwC in the United States and a Managing Director in the firm. Clinton has advised CEOs, boards, leadership teams, and elected officials on social, economic and environmental impact with a particular focus on strategic transformation, innovation, leadership, and culture change.
Most recently, Clinton has been responsible for building PwC’s Social Determinants of Health Practice in the U.S. focusing on the strategy, impact measurement, performance alignment and reporting capabilities healthcare clients need to invest with confidence in addressing the social determinants of health in the communities they serve. As a passionate urbanist with expertise in leading cross sector collaborations, Clinton led a team to create the first ever sustainability plan for the City of Los Angeles, the first ever Paris Compliant Climate Action plan for a major U.S. city for the City of San Jose, and is currently supporting a high level cross sector collaboration to electrify the mobility landscape in Los Angeles in time for the 2028 Olympics.
He serves as Chair of the Board Strategy Committee of Point Blue Conservation Science and as Board Secretary of Friends of the Children National. Clinton is the former Board Vice Chair for Coro Northern California.
Clinton has an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) with First Class Honors from the University of New South Wales.
Natalie is a Director in PwC's Sustainability Advisory team with over 12 years of experience helping organizations find “win-wins” that amplify their positive impact on society while also driving competitive advantage--through revenue growth, market differentiation and cost or risk reduction.
With a focus on health industries, she helps large payer, provider, and pharmaceutical organizations build cost-effective strategies for driving equitable, affordable access to healthcare. Her experience spans a diverse range of community health, social impact, drug pricing, corporate social responsibility, charitable giving, and other programs. She has deep expertise in various methods of social and environmental impact quantification and understands how to construct compelling cases for investing in initiatives with largely intangible benefits and/or longer payback periods. Natalie is also a reporting specialist who helps large organizations integrate financial and non-financial storylines into cohesive, cross-channel, digitally-enabled narratives about total value creation.
Natalie has a Master’s in Environmental Management from Yale University and a Bachelor of Arts from Dartmouth College.