Clark was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. He is a
junior in the Albers school and is pursuing a major in international business
and a minor in Japanese. His interests include following Australian politics,
teaching Chinese Yo-yo, listening to K-pop, and folding origami cranes.
A random fact about Clark: He has folded more than 3,500 origami
cranes over the past 5 years.
I am proud to serve the undergraduate student body as the
multicultural representative in SGSU. Over the course of this year, I am
looking forward to supporting club events as a member of the SGSU
appropriations committee. I will also be working closely with the Office of
Multicultural Affairs (OMA) and will
be supporting multicultural programs, events, and
activities as an active member of their Multicultural Programming Fund (MPF).
As an individual who has not been involved in Student
Activities in the past, I hope to bring a fresh perspective to SGSU. Seattle U
student culture involves so much more than just what goes on under the umbrella
of Student Activities. During my term as multicultural representative, I hope
to bridge this cultural gap so that SGSU can more effectively represent the
undergraduate student body.