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Charles D. Clements, Chief Executive Officer /Board Member

In October 2014, Mr. Clements was named Chief Executive Officer of Bloc. Mr. Clements has over two decades of professional management, financial, and construction experience. He started his career with an Atlanta, Georgia based import/export company where he negotiated funding and trade contracts with international firms.


He went on to expand his career by serving as an independent commercial and private finance and equity consultant. His professional focus has encompassed capitalization consulting, charge-off reductions, debt restructurings, budgeting, site audits, human resource development, acquisition consulting, corporate strategic planning, and business development for a number of private and public companies. During his career, Mr. Clements has served as the Chief Financial Officer of two multi-million dollar domestic and international construction companies, and has been a strategic and operational advisor to many start-up and emerging companies.


From 2007 through 2012 he has served as the Chief Financial Officer and Business Development Officer of Roth Construction, Incorporated. During this time, he was instrumental in developing strong corporate, investment, and governmental alliances that allowed the company to expand operational opportunities into international markets such as Equatorial Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Benin, and Italy.  In addition, Mr. Clements utilized his Secret Clearance with the United States Government to develop Roth Construction, Incorporated’s Security Program in order for the company to receive its DSS Facility Clearance Certification.     


In September, 2012, Mr. Clements moved to Ewing Group International as Managing Director charged with developing international market alliances and opportunities for the organization, as well as expanding the organization’s domestic market opportunities. Under his leadership Ewing Group’s International division has effectively forged market exposure into nine (9) emerging marketplaces, established several global operational alliances, and has been successful in negotiating numerous  global projects and MOU’s with an accumulative estimated market value of over $5B (USD).