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The New Clarke Speaks Magazine is Here!

Introducing the 2020-2021 issue of Clarke Speaks magazine!

This digital-only edition is now mobile-friendly and features stories of connection, perseverance and giving.

Stories include:

Making Friends, For Good

Meet longtime Clarke alumnae friends Juliet and Carys, learn why friendships matter and how to help children navigate these important relationships. With insights from Clarke experts and Lydia Denworth (science journalist and Clarke alumnus parent). 

Clarke’s Leading Legacy Endures: Lessons from the 1918 Flu Pandemic

Clarke’s 1918-1919 annual report details the impact of the 1918 influenza pandemic at Clarke. Learn more about this important history and what we’ve learned 100 years later facing another pandemic.  

The Clarke Community Shows Up: Kim Lavender

“It’s been very scary,” says Kim Lavender, Clarke preschooler parent and healthcare professional, recounting her routine just to enter the house and hug her daughter. Like Kim, many members of the Clarke community have been making an incredible impact during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read their stories in Clarke Speaks 2020-2021.

Find more stories about philanthropy, advocacy and alumni excelling in their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) careers in Clarke Speaks 2020-2021.

Shawn Naugle

Clarke Announces New CEO & President, Shawn Naugle

Clarke’s new CEO and President, Shawn Naugle, will join Clarke mid-July 2024.  Shawn comes to Clarke with more than 17 years of experience in non-profit leadership management, including a focus on advocating for the rights of children from many populations.  Shawn‘s

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