Sheila Taylor-Clark is a Lifetime Member of the DFW Chapter of NABA. She has served in numerous leadership roles within NABA including Chapter President (DFW), Western Region President (two terms), and National Director before being elected to her current role as NABA's Treasurer. As NABA's Treasurer, Sheila is responsible for the oversight of the Association's budget as well as ensuring financial controls are in place to mitigate risk.

Professionally, Sheila is an implementation manager with CCH, one of only two employees in the US responsible for the oversight and successful implementation of the company's tax provisioning software (Global Integrator) and related consulting projects. Sheila has served in senior management roles with Deloitte, Perot Systems and BDO. She is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in two states (Texas and Mississippi) and a member of the AICPA.

A two-time breast cancer survivor, Sheila is a member of the Board of Directors (past Treasurer and Vice-President) of The Bridge Breast Network in Dallas, an organization that saves lives by providing access to free medical care for breast cancer patients who have no insurance. Sheila was featured in Susan G. Komen's Circle of Promise and TVOne's nationally-televised breast cancer documentary, "Breast Cancer Examined: An African-American Perspective. Sheila is also a past member of the Junior League of Dallas and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, where she has served the local chapter as Treasurer and President of their Foundation.

Sheila has been honored by NABA with the Chapter President of the Year award (twice), the National Rising Star award and the President's Award. In 2011, The Dallas Business Journal recognized her with their "25 Women to Watch" Award for her leadership in business and industry and her community activism.