Elizabeth Clark
Associate Director

Elizabeth Clark

Student Leadership and Global Engagement

Elizabeth Clark is the Associate Director of Student Leadership and Global Engagement at the John D O’Bryant African American Institute, Northeastern University. Elizabeth is a graduate of Northeastern University and holds graduate degrees, including an M.Ed. in Counseling Psychology and CACS in Public Administration. In her role as associate director, Elizabeth, works closely with the director to carry out the vision and mission of the Institute. She also oversees the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Graduate Fellowship Program.

Elizabeth returns to NU from the Roxbury Community College where she served as the Coordinator of Student Life and Student Engagement. She was responsible for the cultural, educational, and social enrichment of the students. Elizabeth assisted and supported student leaders’ in the development of their leadership skills through the various organizations and clubs under the guidance of the Office of Student Life. She brings with her a wealth of knowledge, skills, and experience in organizing student life and student engagement from her own experience as a community activist.

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