Kallie Clark

Kallie Clark is currently a doctoral student, and Institute of Education Sciences Pre-doctoral Fellow at the University of Chicago’s School of Social Service Administration. Kallie has an extensive background counseling first-generation, and low-income students as a postsecondary counselor, classroom teacher, and academic advisor. Before completing her master’s degree at the University of Chicago, Kallie worked for five years as a founding college counselor and classroom teacher with the Noble Network of Charter Schools in Chicago.

Kallie’s research interests include the impact of institutional barriers and supports on the postsecondary outcomes for low-income, and marginalized youth.

Books by this Author

Decoding College: Stories, Strategies, and Struggles of First-Generation College Students by Kallie Clark