Clark Lee is the Director of Political Affairs and Communications of the Los Angeles County Democratic Party (LACDP), the largest local Democratic Party entity in the nation, representing nearly 2.5 million Democrats across 88 cities. He oversees its communications, endorsement, campaign, and legislative advocacy operations.
An award-winning campaign professional, Lee is also an independent consultant for communications, field operations, political outreach, and public affairs. He has worked with organizations, government agencies, private sector entities, and political campaigns at presidential, statewide, legislative, and local levels since 2001. As an activist, Lee has served in several leadership roles with advocacy and political organizations, including California Democratic Party Asian Pacific Islander Caucus Chair and Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters Board Member. He is also involved with voting rights and ballot access advocacy.
A first generation American, Lee graduated from Claremont McKenna College with Honors in Government and holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Southwestern Law School.