Zac Clark is an American mental health and addiction recovery advocate and the co-founder and CEO of Release Recovery, a New York-based addiction and mental health recovery program. In 2016 Clark founded Release Recovery, starting with one inpatient facility and expanding to three in the greater New York City area, offering customizable recovery plans including recovery coaching, sober companion, case management, safe transport and intervention services. In 2020, he developed the nonprofit arm, Release Recovery Foundation, which has funded the treatment of more than 35 individuals and has raised more than $1 million for addiction and mental health recovery. Additionally, Release Recovery Foundation has created scholarships specifically for the LGBTQ+ community, minorities, college students and women.
John has been a longtime volunteer for the Fraternity with almost 30 years of service since he graduated from Emory. His tenure includes a variety of volunteer positions, from district chief to General Fraternity House Corporation president. He currently serves the Fraternity in his role as General Secretary. He will be providing a “State of the Fraternity” address to those attending.