Randall L. Clark

Randall L. Clark

Deputy General Counsel and Chief Human Resources Officer

Randall L. Clark deputy general counsel and chief human resources officer for Sempra Energy.

In this position, Clark is responsible for leading transactional legal matters and corporate governance. He also leads human resources functions, including compensation, health and welfare benefits, employee relations, executive/leadership development, talent acquisition, and diversity and inclusion programs. In addition, Clark is responsible for human resource information systems, payroll and employee programs.

Clark has served in various leadership and legal capacities at the Sempra Energy family of companies over the last 18 years. Most recently, he was chief human resources officer and chief administrative officer at San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E). As chief human resources and chief administrative officer, Clark was responsible for all SDG&E human resources and safety functions and was the senior officer over operations support and supply management.

He has also previously served as Sempra Energy’s vice president – human resources services, vice president – compliance and governance, vice president – corporate responsibility, vice president – corporate relations and its corporate secretary.

Prior to Sempra Energy, Clark practiced law at Morrison & Foerster in Los Angeles and at Cooley Godward in San Diego.

Clark is a member of several bar associations, the National Association of Corporate Directors, the Society for Corporate Governance, the Society for Human Resource Management and World at Work. He also serves as a trustee on the board of the La Jolla Playhouse, where he co-chairs the nominating committee and sits on the finance committee, and as a trustee on the board of Francis Parker School, where he chairs the audit committee and sits on the compensation, governance and executive committees.

Clark graduated summa cum laude and holds a bachelor’s degree from Pepperdine University, and graduated with honors from Duke University’s School of Law.

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