Coord, Multicultural & First Generation College Outreach
Center for Diversity and Inclusion
M.Ed in Higher Education Administration & Policy, The University of Kansas
B.S. in Journalism with an emphasis in Strategic Communication, The University of Kansas
B.A.in Spanish, The University of Kansas
Favorite Spot on Campus
Camille Clark serves as the Coordinator of First-Generation and Multicultural Programs. In her position, she oversees first-generation and multicultural outreach and education initiatives. She also works with the other center staff on center-wide programming initiatives and diversity workshops that supports and advocates for better inclusion of women, students of color, LGBTQ students, and first-generation college students. Before her time at AU, she worked as a Retention Specialist at The University of Kansas. There, she earned three degrees: two bachelor’s degrees in Journalism and Spanish, and a master’s degree in Higher Education Administration. She also worked in the Office of Multicultural Affairs where she oversaw first-generation and multicultural academic initiatives. She also taught freshmen orientation courses, facilitated social justice workshops and served as an academic advisor. In her spare time, Camille participates in events held by her sorority, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. She also enjoys watching Ru Paul’s Drag Race, The Walking Dead, and any and all things Netflix. She likes to crochet and hang out with her dog, Ollie.