See my user page at en:User:MaynardClark for more information.
- Name = Maynard S. Clark
- Residence = Greater Boston, Massachusetts, USA
- Citizenship = United States
- Period = 20th and 21st centuries
- Movement = public health, vegetarian, vegan, animal rights, smoking cessation, tobacco-free world
- notableworks = popular, vegan, serious
- one book; two book offers pending
- over 7600 Wikipedia articles;
- numerous book reviews;
- talks on vegetarianism & veganism;
- thousands of blog entries;
- documentation for various businesses;
- how-to-do-it articles on vegetarian organizing
- website = http://Maynard.Clark.GooglePages.com
- work_institutions = Harvard Medical School;
Harvard School of Public Health; others
- birth_date = 20th century
- birth_place = USA
- spouse = single, never married
- children = none
- religion = Veganism, Ahimsa
(homage to serious religious and wisdom traditions that point to vegan values)
- nationality = American
- known_for = vegetarianism, veganism, making connections for plant-based diets
- Alma Mater = Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois
- Alma Mater = California State University, Hayward, Hayward, California
- Alma Mater = Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
- Alma Mater = w:Emmanuel College (Boston), Boston, Massachusetts
Maynard S. Clark of Boston is a long-time vegan and employee at Harvard, born in America, who has been engaged in the Wikimedia Movement since 2007. ~~ User:MaynardClark is Maynard S. Clark of Boston.
- http://Maynard.Clark.GooglePages.com has photos of Maynard and links to all his several blogs.
- Maynard (dot) Clark (at) gmail (dot) com
He is known widely for his work in community organizing and social networking and community building around vegetarian health, science, and ethics education. He is listed in Marquis' Who's Who.
He has been Executive Director of the Vegetarian Resource Center since its founding in 1993 and currently serves as Vice President of Ethics for the Campaign for Aging Research (C.A.R.).
He works in population ethics in the Department of Global Health and Population of the Harvard School of Public Health, where he was Program Manager for the Ethical Issues in Global Health Research program run by Professor Richard A. Cash and Dan Wikler.
From 2000-2010, he researched and archived the entire set of published writings of the late Professor Leon Eisenberg, MD, whom he had supported from 1999 through Dr. Eisenberg's death in mid-September 2009. He authored the Wikipedia page for Dr. Eisenberg (and numerous other Harvard Faculty). A nearly complete (missing about 14 journal articles, many in translation - in languages other than English) electronic archive of Eisenberg's writings and speeches will be available through the Center for the History of Medicine of the Countway Medical Library of Harvard Medical School.
Maynard has been a Wikipedian since early May 2007 (4 May 2007) and spends far TOO MUCH time on it. That's 'dedication'.
Maynard has started, maintained, improved, worked on, or tweaked >7600 accepted Wikipedia pages in English, and in several other languages, which break down (approximately) as follows:
- Started >200
- Improved ~9000
- Initiated or Maintained - >300
- Contributed to - ~9000
- Worked On ~9000
- Edited - ~9000
- Tweaked ~9000
- Minor Tweaks - ????
- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:MaynardClark/AboutMe - Learn more about Maynard Clark