Stephen Clark is the Superintendent of the National Parks of Western Pennsylvania. This includes the Flight 93 National Memorial, Johnstown Flood National Memorial, Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site, Fort Necessity National Battlefield, and Friendship Hill National Historic Site. Clark has been with the NPS for over 30 years.
Clark started the first annual State of the Parks program, which was held on March 29, 2017 from 6-8 pm at the Somerset High School Auditorium.
Clark planned to provide an update on various projects including the Flight 93 Memorial Tower of Voices project and visitation trends at the parks. In 2015, the Parks created $81 million in economic benefits to the region.
Clark enjoys spending time in the outdoors, especially golfing and fishing, and is an avid baseball fan. He especially enjoys time with his three daughters Brieanna, Erin, and Makenna, and his granddaughter Ellie Lynn.