IHC-speaker-Lynda Campbell Clark

2780 S. Gatewood Ln.
Boise, Idaho 83709




Lynda Campbell Clark

Lynda Campbell Clark is the author of Nampa, Idaho: A Journey of Discovery, published in 1985 during Nampa’s centennial celebration. She also has edited a compilation of oral history interviews for Nampa’s People: Discovering Our Heritage (1986) and contributed a monograph to Religion and Culture (Richard W. Etulain and Raymond M. Cooke, editors; Albuquerque, NM: Far West Books, 1991). She taught as an adjunct professor for Boise State University and Northwest Nazarene University.  Clark recently retired as Grant Writer for the City of Nampa.  She served for over 13 years as a member of the Nampa City Council, including several years as President of the Council, and has been heavily involved in many community organizations.  She currently serves as Vice Chair of the Community Board for Saint Alphonsus Medical Center Nampa and is on the Board of Directors for the Nampa Public Library Foundation.  Clark received a B.A. from Northwest Nazarene University, an M.A. in Political Science from the University of Idaho, and completed additional graduate study in American Studies at Washington State University.

Presentation Needs

Screen and room capable of being darkened or power point set-up, speaker brings laptop or slide projector.