Clark Ivory

Chief Executive Officer, Ivory Homes

Clark D. Ivory has been the CEO of Ivory Homes in Salt Lake City since 2000. He was a director of the Salt Lake City branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and served as chairman of the Salt Lake branch. Ivory is co-chairman of the Real Estate Advisory Board to the David Eccles School of Business and serves on the advisory board for the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute. He is engaged in several collaborations to address the issue of housing affordability. Ivory is the founding member of the Ivory Prize in Housing Affordability and has partnered with the Sorenson Impact Center at the University of Utah to recognize the most ambitious, scalable and innovative solutions to address housing affordability.

Clark has been the Chief Executive Officer of Ivory Homes, Salt Lake City, Utah since 2000. Ivory Homes has been Utah’s Number One Homebuilder for 30 consecutive years, having built over 19,500 single-family homes, and over 3,000 apartments. Clark was a director of the Salt Lake City branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco from 2006 to 2011 and served as chairman of the Salt Lake branch for three years. He served on the University of Utah Board of Trustees from 2007 to 2014, serving as chairman for five years. Clark is currently co-chairman of the Real Estate Advisory Board to the David Eccles School of Business and serves on the Advisory Board for the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute. Clark is the past chairman of the Board of Governors for the Salt Lake Chamber, a past member of the Intermountain Healthcare Board of Trustees, and is also a founding member of the Prosperity 2020 movement that focuses on improving education in Utah for students of all ages. From 2014 to 2017, Clark served as the president of the Romania-Moldova Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. This experience led Clark to establish the Utah-Moldova Business Partnership to help educate and assist young entrepreneurs in navigating the hurdles of starting a business in Eastern Europe. Clark is actively engaged in several collaborations to address the issue of housing affordability. He is the founding member of the Ivory Prize in Housing Affordability and has partnered with the Sorenson Impact Center at the University of Utah in seeking to recognize the most ambitious, scalable and innovative solutions to address housing affordability. Clark and his wife Christine reside in Holladay Utah and are the parents of four daughters and one son. They recently welcomed their first grandchild. Clark enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf and tennis with friends, and traveling with his wife and family.