Adam Clark Joins El Dorado County Board of Education
15:55 PM - August 02, 2022
At the August 2, 2022 meeting of the El Dorado County Board of Education, Adam Clark took his Oath of Office and was sworn in to his new role as Trustee for Area 2. Clark fills the vacancy left by former member John Lane, and will serve approximately four months to complete the term, which will be up for election in November 2022. Board of Education President, Heidi Weiland, noted, “We are glad to welcome Mr. Clark to this position. It was abundantly clear during his interview that his heart is dedicated to our students and community. We look forward to working with him for the benefit of El Dorado County.”
Adam Clark is currently an attorney for the El Dorado County Office of the Alternate Public Defender and works on juvenile delinquency cases, giving him a unique insight on into the issues children in El Dorado County face. He is a graduate of El Dorado County schools, having attended both Camino School and El Dorado High School. Adam earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from San Francisco State University in 2003 and graduated from the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law in 2007. He passed the California Bar Exam and opened his own practice in 2008. Adam and his wife Christina are raising their two children here.
Following his appointment, Adam expressed, “I want to do my part to serve my community, advocate for the rights of children, and promote the welfare of El Dorado County on the whole.” “I am honored to welcome Mr. Clark to the El Dorado County Board of Education,” said Dr. Ed Manansala, El Dorado County Superintendent of Schools. “His expertise and long-standing commitment to serving El Dorado County will be a tremendous asset to the students and families of El Dorado County.”
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