Patricia Clark

Patty has been a resident of Dufferin County for 30 years, with the last 19 years living in Mulmur with her husband and two sons. She holds a degree from the University of Toronto, and a business certificate from Seneca College. Patty has 34 years of experience as an Executive Director working in the not for profit sector in the health and fitness field, at both the provincial and national level. She received a Provincial Citation for her distinguished contribution to her field of work.
She is an author of many articles published in trade magazines, a speaker at national conferences and workshops, and is a media spokesperson for the health and fitness sector. She has spoken before several Parliamentary Standing Committees on topics relating to healthy aging. She has also been a member of four Program Advisory Committees at Colleges across Canada, and has chaired two of the four committees.
She has volunteered her time in Dufferin County, as a Board Member and then Chairperson for the Orangeville Minor Softball Association. She was also the event organizer for “An Evening of Entertainment”, which was presented for two consecutive years in Shelburne, as a fund raiser for the Dufferin Arts Council.
Patty’s vision is to keep majestic Mulmur as a sustainable rural\residential community. Her concerns focus on preventing the continual expansion of gravel pits and the irreparable damage they cause to the environment. She would also like to see a stronger adherence to zoning by-law changes to prevent commercial developments in residential areas.