Clive Worsley is a Bay Area non-profit leader and development strategist. As Sacred Garden Community’s Chief Sustainability Steward, he creates opportunities so practicing Practitioners of diverse backgrounds and economic positions can thrive in healing practice and personal growth within a fruitful community.
Clive has committed his service to keeping arts and education alive for local and state non-profit theater and music institutions, giving life and healing in the community for over 20 years. As a long-time arts educator and director, Clive is instrumental in developmental efforts for the California Shakespeare Theater, serving as Director of Artistic Learning programs, helping the organization raise greater than $1 million dollars in contributed revenue annually. He managed fundraising efforts to save a local community arts venue, Town Hall Theater in Lafayette CA from imminent closure, ensuring a sustainable future for the treasured organization. He worked with board and community Practitioners to raise over $500,000 for the UC Theater, a non-profit live music venue with a robust vocational training program for underserved youth.
Clive comes to the community through the Eyes of the World portal and has found in SGC, the space to meld his passion for healing plant Sacraments and his dedication to service, with a personal hope to create greater healing for ourselves and community. He laid the groundwork for Decriminalize Nature Oakland, spreading the groups message as Development Lead, resulting in community support of decriminalizing sacraments in the Bay Area.
Clive is an award winning actor, director, musician and composer and has performed and produced live musical and theatrical performances in venues all over the Bay Area for the last 20+ years. He has designed and delivered integrated arts curriculum to local students for over 15 years, reaching over 5,000 young people annually. He led fundraising for The Box, a theatrical production highlighting the legendary tragedy of UC Berkeley student, Sarah Shourd, a journalism graduate taken prisoner in 2009 in Iran and held in solitary confinement for 400 days. And raised $250,000 for Notes4Hope, dedicated to breast cancer treatment and prevention.
Chief Sustainability Steward