Appointee Profile: Chandra Clark

The Women’s Appointment project provides us with a tremendous opportunity to make our voices heard. As women, it is imperative that we are actively engaging, serving and leading within our community.
— Chandra Clark

Chandra has been appointed to the Kansas City Chronic Nuisance Board and has over 18 years of experience in business development, nonprofit leadership, fundraising, education, entrepreneurship and community engagement.  She received her bachelor's of arts from UMKC and has a Master's in education from Rockhurst.

She currently works with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kansas City, and previously was the Director of the LIFE Coach program of the Boys & Girls Club of Kansas City. Before that, she was the director of community relations at Newhouse Shelter.

Her personal passion is educating and empowering marginalized youth, adults abused as children and single parent households. She believes that it is imperative to use fashion, art and writing as a platform to inspire hope, healing and creativity throughout the world. She's honored to serve as a community adovcate and leader in the city of Kansas City and beyond.