Jason Clark and Khalia Williams-O’Neal

About Me

Jason Clark is a Father, mentor and the Director of Northwest Credible Messenger (NWCM), a Capacity Building organization developed to empower the next generation of Black and Brown leadership. From being a resident of WA DOC to being a project manager for the largest trial court system in the state, Jason utilizes his personal and professional experience to develop relationships that produce results and empower others through NWCM's statewide consortium to maximizing collective personal and community impact, building visibility of NWCM's statewide efforts.

Jason is a Prosecution Beyond Big Cities Leader for the Institute of Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay College, a 2019 JLUSA Leading with Conviction Fellow and a 2019 Civil Survival Justice in Policy Fellow. He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration, is a certified Project Manager as well as a Council member of the Thurston County Racial Equity and Inclusion Council. NWCM, is the Washington State Ambassador for CM3, the National Credible Messenger Mentoring Movement and Jason credits his greatest success to the POWER in UNITY

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