About Stephen Clark
Stephen Clark has over 26 years’ experience in natural resource law enforcement that started by patrolling the bayous as a state game warden in south Louisiana (1994-2001), serving proudly in the United States Army in Operation Desert Storm, and ultimately leading complex investigations as a Fish & Wildlife Service Special Agent (2001—Present). Additionally, Stephen served as a Fish & Wildlife Service Special Agent Pilot where he provided investigative air support across the nation. Throughout his career, Stephen has served in several different leadership capacities including, Resident Agent in Charge in Lacombe, La. and Assistant Special Agent in Charge in Albuquerque, NM. In addition, he has served as acting Special Agent in Charge for the Branch of Investigations at Fish & Wildlife Service Headquarters, and multiple acting Regional Special Agent in Charge assignments for the Southeast and Southwest Regions. Stephen holds a bachelor’s degree from Southeastern Louisiana University in Economics and Management. During his time away from work, Stephen enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife Nicole and two sons—Zachary and Andrew.