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Born and raised in the Motherland aka San Diego, California Lindsey Eryn Clark knew that she was born to embrace uncertainty. At 18, Lindsey left home ready for adventure and found herself in the middle of Tulsa, Oklahoma ready to attend Oral Roberts University. After 3 Major changes, Lindsey finally found herself sitting in Psychology classes and four years later graduating with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology.
With a passion for helping people locally and globally, Lindsey joined a non-profit in Tulsa, Oklahoma and worked her way up from a Public Relations Intern to the Funding + Development Coordinator. While with the non-profit, Lindsey traveled the world to be a part of life-changing and ground breaking humanitarian projects. In addition, she had the honor of funding multiple orphan projects in Ethiopia and Cambodia.
With a desire to advance and become “more well-rounded”, Lindsey decided that it was a time for a “career” change. Leaving the world of a “part-time mother” (aka nanny), Lindsey set out on a journey to find a career that would allow her to continue her non-profit work all the while stretching her as an individual. It wasn’t long before, the field of Human Resources found Lindsey.
As time passed by, Lindsey decided that it was time to leave the land of Tulsa, Oklahoma and return to her home: San Diego. It was then that she decided to take a risk and join the family business of Real Estate. A little history lesson: At the age of 18 each of the Clark girls were required to obtain their Real Estate license. It was said to be a “pre-requisite” for being in the family.
Though it looks a little different than helping individuals in the Red Light Districts of third world countries or villagers who lack clean water in the most remote places of our world. The heart of Real Estate aligned with Lindsey’s vision for her life: to help people locally and globally. After all, Real Estate is helping people along their journey. Whether that be buying their first home or selling their house in the suburbs.