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Ogden Clark, III
Manatee County Government, Neighborhood Planning Division


Ogden Clark grew up in Bradenton, Florida. He attended the University of North Florida where he received a B.A. in Political Science and Public Administration. After graduation, Ogden worked on many electoral campaigns as a political strategist around the country. He was employed as a lobbyist in Washington, DC, where he focused on healthcare reform. In 2011, he returned to the Bradenton area and worked with Manatee County Habitat for Humanity as their Outreach Coordinator until January of 2015. While in that role, he co-founded the Manatee Habitat Young Professionals group and remains active in the organization’s mission and work around the community on a volunteer basis.

Now working with Manatee County Government in their Neighborhood Planning Division, Ogden was one of the four founders of the Manatee Millennial Movement or M3 group. He also served as a lead developer for the new Neighborhood Wellness Strategy. In his official capacity of the Ambassador Program Coordinator he serves as the liaison between county government and the residential communities, providing opportunities for civic engagement to the citizens through volunteer projects, educational sessions and community outreach.


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