Charity R. Clark was sworn in as Attorney General of Vermont on January 5, 2023, the first woman to be elected to this position in Vermont.
Attorney General Clark began her career in the Attorney General’s Office in 2014 when she was hired by Attorney General Bill Sorrell to serve as an Assistant Attorney General in the Public Protection Division. She was later appointed Chief of Staff by Attorney General T.J. Donovan in 2018 and served in the role until 2022.
Attorney General Clark was born and raised in southern Vermont and is a graduate of Burr & Burton Academy in Manchester, the University of Vermont, and Boston College Law School. Before she entered law school, Attorney General Clark was a policy analyst at the Vermont Governor’s Office. In 2005, she began her legal career as an associate at law firms in Burlington, Vermont, and later New York City.