Brodrick Clarke is an agent for social change with 20 years of experience in the non-profit sector. Clarke is committed to improving outcomes for youth nationally by actively working with educators, parents and students, providing them with the tools, skills and competencies to survive, grow and thrive. He has extensive experience working with the K-12 student population primarily in an out-of-school time setting. Clarke has recruited and trained hundreds of youth workers and volunteers. He has personally trained hundreds of Washington, DC teachers in the art of teaching and reaching youth. Clarke has a relentless focus on Youth Work Methods, Advancing Youth Development and fostering the 40 Developmental Assets in youth. These three frameworks used in tandem empower him to meet the needs of students regardless of their perceived limitations.
Clarke is a seasoned professional development trainer. His facilitation style is unconventional. He incorporates research and best practice with interactive simulations to engage his audience in dynamic learning experiences. Clarke served an 18-month tour of duty with the Muhammad Ali Center directing their domestic and international youth development initiatives and currently serves as the principal trainer with his consulting firm. Clarke holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Human Services and Management from the University of Phoenix.
For more information visit his website at www.brodrickclarke.com