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Shanice Clarke
Shanice Clarke

Shanice Clarke (she/her/hers) currently serves Portland State University as the Program Coordinator for the Pan-African Community Student Center. Shanice is a product of a Jamaican migrant family, and a first-generation person of the United States. Originally from Boston, MA, Shanice joins Portland State from the University of Northern Colorado after earning a Master of Arts in Higher Education & Student Affairs Leadership (HESAL) in 2016, and a Bachelor of Science in Human Services in 2014. A focus for her research and scholarship studied institutional response of race-based biased incidents and culturally-relevant practices. Her professional experiences at the University of Northern Colorado include advocacy for survivors of gender violence, and advising at the Marcus Garvey Cultural Center, center for students in the African diaspora. Currently, she supports the American College Personnel Association’s Coalition for Women’s Identities as a member of the Directorate Board, with administrative focus on womyn of color. Interesting facts about her are that she enjoys “up-cycling”, activities at or around bodies of water, and hiking. She also tweets @FemmeBlackery.