Erin Clark

Erin Clark
Director of CARE

Email: erin.clark@northwestern.edu
Phone: 847.491.4618

Strengths: Futuristic | Relator | Analytical | Input | Restorative

Erin Clark is the Assistant Director of CARE and works to create a safe and empowering environment for survivors of sexual violence, relationship violence, and stalking. Erin’s work focuses on promoting healthy sexuality and relationships through quality advocacy services and campus-wide primary prevention, including advising the Sexual Health and Assault Peer Educators (SHAPE). Her passion for creating campus environments that value accountability for nonviolence began as an undergraduate activist at Wesleyan University.

Prior to joining CARE in March 2015, Erin worked for Break the Cycle, a nonprofit in Washington, DC committed to healthy relationships for young people and safe school environments for survivors of dating abuse. Erin earned her MPH and MBA degrees from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and has worked as an advocate of LGBTQ survivors of sexual violence, public health researcher, and intern with the Office on Violence Against Women at the federal Department of Justice.

Erin proudly and most recently hails from Baltimore and enjoys planning adventures, reading about adventures, and going on short runs.

You can watch a video of Erin telling you about CARE at Northwestern here.