Chicago, Illinois, United States
Kallie Clark is currently a graduate student at the University of Chicago's School of Social Service Administration, and expects to graduate in May 2015. She concurrently works as a graduate research assistant at the Consortium on Chicago School Research at the University of Chicago, where she has been since October 2013. Kallie Clark’s responsibilities include the collection, analysis, and reporting of research data on Chicago Public Schools through a close collaboration with the principal investigator and a senior research analyst. She draws on multiple data sources, including the Illinois Department of Employment Security and the National Student Clearinghouse.
Kallie Clark’s other experience includes three years as a founding college team lead for Golder College Prep through the Noble Network of Charter Schools, where she developed and executed a four-year college matriculation and graduation plan for more than 800 students. She previously served as a college counselor for the same organization.
Kallie Clark hopes to pursue a career in postsecondary education research upon graduation. She also holds a BA in psychology from California State University, Fullerton.