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Alorie Clark

Alorie Clark

Areas of interest

  • Governance
  • Cultivating and engaging young audiences
  • Social justice
  • Youth development
  • Hip-Hop and popular culture

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Executive & Accounting Assistant

An energetic and passionate young leader, Alorie Clark provides administrative support to the President/CEO, the Financial Controller and the Vice President/COO, and general support to the rest of the NAS team. 

Before coming to NAS, Alorie held a variety of arts administrative positions, including serving as the Program Assistant to the Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Program at Washington National Opera. She earned her B.A. in Theatre Arts Administration from Howard University and her M.A. in Arts Management from American University.

When Alorie is not at work, she can be found coordinating various social/cultural events in the DC area. She recently joined the board of Colloquy Collective, a theatre company based in Brooklyn, NY. Alorie’s professional dream is to start and run a performing arts company for youth.




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