Board of Directors member, Secretary
Kim Clark is an experienced education attorney/consultant and human rights advocate. Over the past twenty years, Ms. Clark has worked in the private sector for several large international law firms, in the non-profit sector as a legal aid lawyer, and the government sector as general counsel for a large public school district. Ms. Clark has also served as a management consultant to numerous school districts and State departments of education around the United States. Ms. Clark now devotes most of her time to philanthropic causes, including human rights advocacy on behalf of unaccompanied minors who have entered the United States to escape physical and/or sexual abuse. Ms. Clark holds a bachelor’s degree in Russian language from the University of Arizona and a Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School.
In her own words, “Access to education is a fundamental right that is critical to the progress of human civilization. As a school lawyer and feminist, I am deeply committed to this idea, particularly as it relates to girls. I like the Mona Foundation’s strategic, results-driven approach to selecting projects that truly make a difference in the lives of the students they serve, and their communities. More than anything, though, I support the Mona Foundation because of the passion and commitment of the community of people behind the mission. Together we can do anything.”
I support Mona Foundation because of the passion and commitment of the community of people behind the mission. Together we can do anything.