West Ward: Robert C. Clark

  1. Council Member - Robert C. Clark
  2. About the West Ward
  3. Meeting Information

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Robert C. Clark
Republican, West Ward
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2815 Country Club Road
Winston-Salem, NC 27104
Home Phone: 336-765-1777
Cell Phone: 336-416-0190

About Robert C. Clark

Robert C. Clark is currently serving his sixth term as Council Member for the West Ward.  He was first elected to the Winston-Salem City Council in 2001.

As your Council Member, I will voice your concerns and opinions as well as fight for the well-being of citizens of the West Ward and the City of Winston-Salem. Therefore, I would like to hear from you so that I can better serve our community.

Profession / Vocation

President and owner, Leesona Industries (a manufacturer of textile winding equipment).

Professional & Community Associations

  1. Chair of the Finance Committee
  2. Member for Community Development/Housing/General Government Committee
  3. Former Member of the Public Works Committee
  4. Outside Director for Triad Business Bank
  5. Member of the Rotary Club of Winston-Salem
  6. Serves on the Board of Directors for the Better Business Bureau
  7. Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce
  8. Crosby Scholars
  9. Former board member of:
    • Crimestoppers
    • Episcopal Foundation of North Carolina
    • Forsyth Country Day School
    • Old Hickory Council of the Boy Scouts of America
    • Sawtooth Center for the Visual Arts
    • Westwood Club
    • Children's Law Center
    • BSA
    • Twin City Development Foundation (formerly Datamax Foundation)


  • Undergraduate degree from the University of the South - Sewanee, TN
  • MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsyvania


Council Member Clark and his wife Debbie are active members of St. Paul's Episcopal Church.  They have three grown children, Ross, Wesley, and Kathryn, a daughter-in-law, Kariann; and a granddaughter, Frances.  Their dogs Belle and Enzo complete the family. 

Letter Concerning HB2

View the letter from Council Member Clark to the Forsyth Delegation concerning HB2 (PDF).