Rebecca Clark leads both SEED Partners and LINC Housing, and shares more
than 25 years of experience in creating strong communities and healthy
residents through affordable housing. Her experiences range from leading
diverse nonprofit companies to consulting on governance and organizational
development, driving public policy outcomes and effecting necessary changes
in the system. She believes in the power of collaboration to create and
redevelop healthy and vital communities integrating housing, employment,
healthcare, services, education, and more.
Prior to taking the helm at SEED and LINC, Rebecca served the affordable
housing industry as an independent consultant. She founded Clark Consulting
Group to help nonprofits and governments achieve their goals. Her consulting
work included facilitating nonprofit mergers and alliances to create stronger
organizations, strategic planning, change management, board governance, and
business innovation and development. As a nonprofit executive she served as
CEO of National Community Renaissance, executive vice president of BRIDGE
Housing, managing director of LINC Housing, and president and executive
director of Hope Through Housing Foundation. Rebeccas experience also
includes the role of Director of Housing Development and Construction
Management for the Los Angeles County Community Development Commission serving
the nine million residents in the Los Angeles County jurisdiction.
Rebecca also serves in various leadership positions in the affordable housing
industry. A former board member of the Pomona Valley Habitat for Humanity and
a past lecturer for the California Redevelopment Association, she currently
serves on the board of the California Housing Consortium and Project Access.
She is a graduate Cal Poly Pomona in Architecture and the Claremont Graduate
University Drucker School of Management.
Rebecca is an outdoor enthusiast and recreational cyclist. Over the years
she has ridden and co-lead self-contained tours across the Western U.S.