Sally J. Clark

Sally J. Clark

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Sally J. Clark is a member of the Seattle City Council, appointed to fill the vacant seat formerly occupied by Jim Compton in January 2006.

She used to be a legislative aide to former City Councilwoman Tina Podlodowski, and worked as a legislative aide to King County Councilmember Bob Ferguson before joining Lifelong AIDS Alliance as director of community resources. At Lifelong AIDS Alliance Sally oversaw public policy and advocacy, HIV prevention education, volunteer recruitment and training, and insurance premium payment assistance.

Clark was an editor for the Seattle Gay News and has written for The Advocate. She is an open lesbian.


Sally J. Clark's career includes non-profit social services and government work. She started her career as a print journalist and soon put her skills to work as the Communications Manager for Chicken Soup Brigade, a non-profit agency that provided practical support to people living with AIDS in King County. In 1997 she left Chicken Soup Brigade to join the office staff of former Seattle City Councilmember Tina Podlodowksi. In Tina's office Sally worked on a range of issues including neighborhood development, public safety and technology. In 1999 she joined the city's...
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