Neil St. Clair is the Chief Operating Officer of Humanified, a social impact mobile app utilizing user-generated content to increase the volume and velocity of charitable donations and impactful global action.
Neil has also served as the President & Founder of NES Impact, a management consultancy. He worked with select single family offices and founder-led businesses to help them develop and scale with social impact goals in mind.
Neil has served as President & COO of the Child Safety Pledge (CSP), a non-profit foundation combating child sexual abuse through storytelling and impact investing (via Group 2050). He continues my efforts for child sexual abuse prevention through the CSP-co-founded Child Safety Coalition.
Previously, Neil was President of Karma Impact, a media platform for the next generation of private impact investors. He hosted several shows for the network, and concurrently led Karma’s parent company, Timeless Media. Both entities were backed by the resources of the multi-billion-dollar Hinduja single family office.
Neil was the first-ever Chief Growth Officer for Vestorly, a venture-backed, AI marketing platform, and also served as the first-ever Director of Marketing for $11bn+ AUM investment advisor, Shepherd Kaplan. In his early career, Neil was an on-camera television journalist for NY1 and a contributing columnist for Forbes.
A successful founder, Neil pioneered Silicon Alley’s digital video news coverage as CEO of award-winning media outlet, AlleyWire. He also co-founded insurtech company Thrice, a machine learning data platform for commercial P&C. He also started the invitation-only Corsair Society and P2P hotel room reseller, UnBuyThat. Neil is now an advisor/investor in several startups in media and fintech.
Neil is an accomplished public speaker, presenting at UPenn’s Wharton School, MIT’s Sloan School, and Bloomberg News, to name a few.
Neil is charitably involved, including the Birthright Israel Foundation, the Board of Trustees of the Academy of St. Joseph, and as the Chairman-Founder of the St. Clair Family Speech & Debate Award. He is also President of Phi Beta Kappa’s New York Society.
At the request of Governor Charlie Baker, Neil ran for State Committee in Massachusetts, and later served as a member of the Massachusetts Real Estate Board.
Neil graduated from Boston University Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude. He later attended graduate school at Yale University. Neil is a competitive marathoner and lives in Manhattan.