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Hi I'm Stacy Clark

I'm an educated Asian American woman raising 3 lovely children while juggling a career. I am Mormon.

About Me

I was fortunate to be a product of an inter racial marriage. My mother is from Hong Kong and was raised Budhist and my father was raised in Idaho in the church. My parents met while my father was in the military so I was blessed to be able to travel the world with my family. I've been to over 13 different countries. My background and experiences has helped shape me and I am grateful for the exposure to all the different cultures. As a youth I decided that education was important so I graduated from the University of Washington and quickly went into the field of Human Resources. For the last 12 plus years I've been helping businesses with their human resource needs. In the meantime, I met a wonderful man and we are raising 3 lovely children. Working part-time as an outsourced HR Manager and raising a family is hard, but I wouldn't trade it for the world.

Why I am a Mormon

Just because you are raised in the church doesn't mean you are automatically a Mormon for life. It is still a decision. My parents raised me to think for myself and never pushed the religion on me. I realized during my early young adult years that the church as an organization was great. Shortly after, I gained a testimony of the truthfulness of the gospel through prayer and other spiritual experiences. My Heavenly Father has never abandoned me and because of that I can testify that he loves me and I know the gospel to be true.

How I live my faith

I serve where I am asked to serve. I've worked with children, youth, unemployed and those in need. I've taught Sunday School and worked as a career coach. I've had to juggle a career and raising a family while keeping gospel principles in mind.