Bill H. Clapp

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Bill H. Clapp Chair Global Partnerships.

"A businessman with more than 30 years of experience running a variety of companies in the Pacific Northwest, Alaska and Hawaii, Bill Clapp co-founded Global Partnerships with his wife Paula Clapp in 1994. Bill retired from Matthew G. Norton Co., an investment holding company where he is still chairman, and became CEO of Global Partnerships in early 2001. In 2002 he co-founded the Initiative for Global Development. In addition to serving on the boards of Weyerhaeuser and Alaska Airlines, he served on several community and nonprofit boards and has been actively involved in the microcredit industry since 1993. Bill served on many industry panels and advisory committees, speaking widely on development issues. He was also an investor in the early microcredit investment funds." [1]

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  1. Bill Clapp, Global Partnerships, accessed December 11, 2007.
  2. Advisory Council, Grameen Foundation, accessed December 11, 2007.
  3. World Affairs Council, Seattle Advisory Board, organizational web page, accessed November 17, 2013.