Breea Clark was elected mayor of Norman in 2019 after serving three years as the council member representing Ward 6. As Norman’s 60th mayor, she serves as a member of the Oklahoma Municipal League Board of Directors and the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments Board of Directors. In 2015 she was recognized as a Norman Next Under 40 recipient and in 2018 was the first woman to receive the Shadow & Act award from the Ralph Ellison Foundation. Also in 2018 she was recognized as one of 50 women making a difference in Oklahoma and in 2019 she was named one of Cleveland County’s Women of Influence.
Since serving on the Norman City Council, Mayor Clark has championed sustainability issues through her support of the Ready for 100 initiative, grown community partnerships and increased citizen engagement, fought for local control, and worked to build a truly inclusive community. She and her family can regularly be spotted around Norman participating in youth sports, visiting the library, and attending our many festivals along with events in the Walker Arts District.
Prior to elected office she served on the Tree Board, Library Board, and the Norman Forward Sales Tax Citizens Financial Oversight Committee. She also served on various task forces with Norman Public Schools and served as President of the Norman PTA Council.
She is a member of the Norman Next young professionals organization and was instrumental in founding the Eastside Business Association and remains a member of its board.
A resident of Norman since 2005, Mayor Clark began her career as an administrator at the University of Oklahoma after completing her law degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. She currently serves as the director of the JCPenney Leadership Center in the Michael F. Price College of Business. She has two sons and is married to her high school sweetheart, Kevin.