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Clint Sargent

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Missouri Valley, IA

Clint Sargent joined Crossroads of Western Iowa in 2011 as the Program Director of Employment Services. In 2017, Sargent transitioned into the role as Market Director responsible for operations, compliance and programming for Crossroads’ service area in Harrison county. Sargent earned his bachelor’s degree in Marketing from the University of Northern Iowa. He also has an associate’s degree from Iowa Central Community College.

Sargent is a graduate of Leadership Council Bluffs (2015/2016), Leadership Iowa (2013/2014) and Leadership Harrison (2012/2013). He was elected and served as mayor of Missouri Valley from 2008-2017. Sargent also served as a board member of the Iowa Chapter of Association of Persons Supporting Employment First for three years.

In 2018, Sargent was appointed by Iowa Governor Reynolds to serve as a commissioner on the Iowa Commission of Persons with Disabilities. Currently, Sargent is a Board Member with the Sunrise Church of the Nazarene and the Missouri Valley Chamber of Commerce. He is also a member of the Missouri Valley Kiwanis and the Harrison County Development Cooperation.

Other community contributions include volunteering with the Harrison County Fair, the Healthy Harrison Coalition, Harrison County Behavioral Health Coalition and as a Scoutmaster for Missouri Valley Troop 558. He earned his rank as Eagle Scout in 1991.

Sargent has a strong desire to advocate for inclusion for individuals; whether be that where they live, work and play in the community. “Everyone deserves to be treated with respect and dignity and be provided the same choices and opportunities,” said Sargent

Prior to coming to Crossroads of Western Iowa, Sargent acquired nearly two decades of a career in retail management with big box retailers including Hy-Vee, Kmart, Linens N Things and Bed, Bath and Beyond. He’s a longtime resident of Missouri Valley. In his spare time Sargent, enjoys spending time in the outdoors, volunteering for various civic and non-profits groups in the community with his wife, Margaret, and his sons Nathan and Tony.