MLA Greg Clark, Calgary-Elbow

Lord, we want to say thank you for the privilege to be able to take this moment to offer up a prayer for Greg, Jessica and their family.  Thank you for placing Greg right where he is and for such a time as this.  We ask for Your divine wisdom, courage, confidence and clarification for every task ahead of him.  Thank you that You have already gone before him and You know what is needed.  We pray that You would give Greg enough light for every step he takes and that You would grant him vision and creativity in everything he sets his mind to . Also to bring unity to those he works with and those around him. Lord, rain down many blessings on Greg and his family. In Jesus name, amen.
Greg Clark was elected as the Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta for Calgary-Elbow on May 5, 2015.  He currently serves on the Standing Committee for Resource Stewardship and was previously a member of the Select Special Ethics and Accountability Committee.
Prior to his election, Mr. Clark taught business management at the University of Calgary. He also worked as a consultant and project manager in the IT industry.  In 2006 Mr. Clark co-founded the technology consulting firm C3 Associates. The firm earned a distinction as one of Alberta Venture’s 50 fast growth companies in 2011 and 2012. C3 Associates was also named one of Canada’s top 250 information technology companies in 2012 and 2013. In 2015 Mr. Clark was named one Alberta’s 50 Most Influential by Alberta Venture Magazine.
Mr. Clark’s community involvement is extensive. His contributions include being co-chair of the parent council at his children’s school, coach of his daughter’s soccer team, a volunteer with Calgary Reads to promote literacy and vice-chair of the Distress Centre in Calgary. Following the 2013 flooding in southern Alberta he co-founded the Calgary River Communities Action Group.
Mr. Clark holds an MBA with a specialization in knowledge management and a bachelor of arts in political science.  He and his wife, Jessica, have two young children.