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Rebecca F. Clark
President and Chief Executive Officer

Rebecca Clark, President and CEO of LINC Housing, has more than 30 years of experience in creating strong communities and healthy residents through affordable housing. Her experiences range from leading varied 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 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. Rebecca’s 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 Housing Partnership Equity Trust. Rebecca is also a member the Enterprise Community Leadership Council, advising Enterprise on the needs and experiences of affordable housing practitioners while providing feedback on new innovations to build communities of opportunity. She is a graduate of Cal Poly Pomona in Architecture where she studied at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark as part of her coursework. Her business degree is from 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. and Europe.