Becca Clark joined the city board on January 1, 2013. Born in Hot Springs, she lived in Colorado and Texas where she managed clients and employees in the travel industry for more than 20 years. She returned to Hot Springs in 2006 and started her consulting company, Creative Convenience, which helps home and small business owners to simplify and better organize their spaces and lives.
She is one of only two Golden Circle members of the National Association of Professional Organizers in Arkansas. She speaks professionally on the topics of time and space management, teaches at National Park Community College, as well as being a regular subject matter expert on KTHV Channel 11 and in state-wide newspapers.
Clark has been a member of the Sunrise Rotary Club and treasurer of the Business and Professional Women’s Group. She is a member of the Women’s Chamber of Commerce and Women in Networking, as well as a founder and president of the Inspiring Women Foundation. She also served two terms on the Hot Springs Airport Advisory Committee.
Becca lives in a 1928 bungalow in the Downtown Historic District, which was famous for being featured on the HGTV show National Open House.