Meredith Clark
I am excited to be the Life Together fellow at I Have A Future this year! I am a queer Asian American adoptee, born in China and raised in NJ by an Irish Catholic single mom. I first arrived to the Boston area four years ago when I started at Wellesley College and I still can’t believe I graduated in May as a psychology major and education studies minor. My senior year, I served as a Roman Catholic representative on the Wellesley Multifaith Council, which sparked my interest in interfaith spiritual development as part of social justice and ultimately led me to Life Together. I’ve worked and volunteered at a range of youth and LGBTQ organizations, from tutoring urban first graders in NJ to fundraising for LGBTQ adolescents in the MetroWest Boston area to writing grants to expand PrEP outreach to trans women of color in Washington, D.C. I am particularly interested in racial justice and the intersection of race, gender, sexuality, immigration, class, and education. When I’m not doing that, you can find me drinking decaf tea, updating my queer style Instagram (@dapperteddybear), and befriending every dog I meet. I also love live theater, cliche pop music, and building community.

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I am excited to be the Life Together fellow at I Have A Future this year! I am a queer Asian American adoptee, born in China and raised in NJ by an Irish Catholic single mom. I first arrived to the Boston area four years ago when I started at Wellesley College and I still can’t believe I graduated in May as a psychology major and education studies minor. My senior year, I served as a Roman Catholic representative on the Wellesley Multifaith Council, which sparked my interest in interfaith spiritual development as part of social justice and ultimately led me to Life Together. I’ve worked and volunteered at a range of youth and LGBTQ organizations, from tutoring urban first graders in NJ to fundraising for LGBTQ adolescents in the MetroWest Boston area to writing grants to expand PrEP outreach to trans women of color in Washington, D.C. I am particularly interested in racial justice and the intersection of race, gender, sexuality, immigration, class, and education. When I’m not doing that, you can find me drinking decaf tea, updating my queer style Instagram (@dapperteddybear), and befriending every dog I meet. I also love live theater, cliche pop music, and building community.