Dr. Regina F. Lark

Dr. Regina F. Lark

Before tech evangelists and productivity gurus proclaimed neurohacking as a means to a better life, Dr. Regina Lark worked to decipher how the brain’s “executive functions” impact household management and organization — and expose the related outcome of the unequal distribution of labor at home. You might even call Lark the original brain-hacking entrepreneur.

Before founding A Clear Path in 2008, Lark excelled in a career in higher education. But when budget cuts eliminated her position at UCLA, Lark started over at age 50. At A Clear Path, Lark and her ninja organizers provide professional physical, emotional, and psychological support to people who wish to clear clutter and chaos from their lives.

This Los Angeles area-based Certified Professional Organizer (CPO) and Accredited Senior Move Manager has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Who What Wear, and A&E’s hit reality series, “Hoarders.” She has been ranked annually as one of the top professional organizations in the United States by entities as diverse as KCBS-TV/KCAL-TV, Expertise.com, and the Los Angeles chapter of the National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals (NAPO-LA).

In her third and most recent book, “Emotional Labor: Why a Woman’s Work Is Never Done and What to Do About It,” Lark leverages her expertise as a feminist historian and professional organizer to help women to share the weight of emotional labor to achieve gender equity at home. She offers concrete ways for women to identify and mitigate the costs of women’s unseen, unnoticed and unwaged work at home.

A National Speakers’ Association member, Lark launched Speaking of Clutter in 2021. She delivers keynote addresses, retreats and corporate speaking engagements on women’s leadership, emotional labor, time management, productivity, hoarding and ADHD.

Website ReginaLark.com