Tim Clark became involved with Unicef UK in 1998 and became Vice-President in 2002.

Tim is joint Managing Director of ie:music, managing Robbie Williams, Jimmy Page, Duffy, Ladyhawke, Judge Jules, Passenger, Simon Curtis and Louis Schoorl, with his partner David Enthoven. He is a former Managing Director of Island Records, working with the legendary Chris Blackwell on a stellar roster that included Bob Marley, Cat Stevens, Steve Winwood and countless other rock, folk and reggae luminaries including David Enthoven’s EG roster of King Crimson, Roxy Music and Bryan Ferry.

One of Tim's outstanding contributions to Unicef, has been the making of the short film on trafficking, More Precious than Gold. Tim secured the support of Century Films and Robbie Williams, who presented and narrated the film. Launched in 2003, this film continues to be used globally to raise awareness of the issue of trafficking, and it is now used as a training resource by police services and authorities in the UK in their work against human trafficking.

Tim was also instrumental in helping to develop Soccer Aid for Unicef. This remains an unprecedented opportunity for us to reach a primetime television audience and raise millions of pounds to help protect children rights in the process. To date, nearly £18 million has been raised through five Soccer Aid matches.

Tim has travelled to Mozambique and Cambodia to see Unicef’s work in the field.  He received an OBE in recognition of his services to Unicef in 2009.