Christopher Clinton Conway is an engaged nonprofit leader serving iconic nonprofit institutions and ultra-high-net-worth individuals in pursuit of meaningful impact and lasting change. Mr. Conway launched his career assisting former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalynn Carter create an innovative, global health agenda, and win the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002, at The Carter Center of Emory University. An attorney and global tax expert, he has built his practice as a philanthropic advisor across healthcare, international development and biomedical research.
Conway’s practiced agility structuring major gift transactions is paired with incisive business acumen directing transformative change. As a fundraising executive, Conway designed and successfully executed record-setting capital and endowment fundraising campaigns. A sought-after speaker and consultant, Mr. Conway is well known for his emphasis on outcomes, efficiency and style. He is oft quoted on questions regarding donor naming opportunities and complex gifts. A television, print and online media contributor he was most recently featured on Bloomberg Television and in publications including: The Wall Street Journal, W Magazine, Town & Country and International New York Times.
Conway opened an E.U. office in 2016, and has worked extensively across the U.K., Ireland, France, Spain and Denmark. In 2022, Mr. Conway entered into a partnership with U.S. based Gobel Group. Gobel is the leading consulting firm working exclusively in healthcare philanthropy, and the experts in grateful patient and family programs. The result of this partnership has been the creation of Gobel International, a firm headquartered in Ireland, actively engaging the global philanthropic community.