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Clark B. Hall


Clark B. Hall
Senior Managing Director

Clark B. Hall

Clark B. Hall serves as Senior Managing Director for the Fairfax Group, specializing in conducting complex internal inquiries for multinational companies, major law firms and sovereign governments. Additionally, Mr. Hall is experienced in the design, implementation and auditing of compliance programs on behalf of major companies experiencing systemic misconduct violations.

Mr. Hall previously served as Global Business Security Director for General Electric while managing a large-budget global security program protecting hundreds of sensitive sites around the world. In addition, he has served as an advisor to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security while assisting that agency with the development of security guidelines and training modules involving hazardous chemical operations.

Prior to service with GE, Mr. Hall enjoyed a distinguished career with the U.S. Congress as a criminal investigations manager, during which time he served as Chief Investigator for the U.S. House of Representatives Iran/Contra Committee. Further, Mr. Hall performed sensitive internal investigations for the U.S. Senate Ethics, Armed Services, Justice and Intelligence Committees. Prior to Congressional service, Mr. Hall spent seventeen years with the FBI, wherein he managed nationwide organized crime investigations, serving as Unit Chief, Organized Crime Section, FBI Headquarters. He is qualified as an expert witness in U.S. District Court.

Mr. Hall has written and lectured widely on cavalry operations in the American Civil War. He is a co-founder and past board member of the Chantilly Battlefield Association; Association for the Preservation of Civil War Sites, Inc; and the Brandy Station Foundation. Mr. Hall has been presented numerous battlefield preservation commendations, including the prestigious “Ralph A. Happel Preservation Award,” conveyed in 2011 by the Central Virginia Battlefields Trust, and the 2012 Civil War Trust “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the Civil War Trust for his 25-year efforts to save Civil War battlefields in Virginia.

Mr. Hall is a decorated Marine combat veteran, serving in Viet Nam as a tactical commander. Mr. Hall received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Kansas State University. He has performed graduate studies in history and law at Kansas State and the University of Virginia. Mr. Hall resides in Middleburg, Virginia.