Evelyn Clark

About Me

Evelyn Clark is a Mexican-Native American woman who is passionate about Racial Equity, Leadership development and peer support. She has nearly 15 years of experience serving young people and their families who were system involved. Evelyn is also a Certified peer counselor. She dedicated her career empowering young people and their families to get involved in this work. She is a proud recipient of the 2019 Peer Alternatives youth and young adult leadership award. Evelyn’s mission is to end racial and ethnic disparities within systems of care and to promote leadership opportunities for the BIPOC workforce.

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