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Congratulations to Paige Clark, the new Director of Communications and Development at The Terence Crutcher Foundation!

Paige Clark ('16)
Paige Clark ('16)

Feminist and Gender Studies at Colorado College would like to congratulate Paige Clark on her new position as Director of Communications and Development at The Terence Crutcher Foundation. Paige graduated from Colorado College in 2016 with a Major in Environmental Science and a Minor in Feminist and Gender Studies. She went on to complete her Master's of Social Justice from Phillips Theological Seminary. She began as the Director of Communications and Development at The Terence Crutcher Foundation in mid-2021. The mission of the Terence Crutcher Foundation is "to create just and liberated communities free from racial violence and harm. We do this through building power, policy advocacy, community development, and education. We engage community, law enforcement, and policymakers to identify, prevent, and confront racial inequities in Tulsa, Oklahoma and across the country."

She is a citizen of the Muscogee Nation and a graduate of Carver Middle School and Booker T. Washington High School. She has many years of development experience in multiple contexts, and knows how to get resources into the hands of people doing the work and causing 'good trouble'. In addition to her fundraising experience, Paige started a program in Colorado to provide meals and storytelling workshops for folks who experience hunger, poverty, and houselessness. This work culminated in a quarterly publication that transformed public narratives that surround these populations as it made its way into hundreds of thousands of hands across the Southwest and was catalogued as primary sourceship in college libraries. In Boston, Paige ran the city's only food co-operative, where she worked to transform our food system and the economic powers that govern it. Paige is a trained doula and gives regular justice-oriented sermons in Tulsa.

Paige, we are proud of all of the work you've done, and honored to have been a part of your professional development. We know you will succeed in your new position!

 

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