• Lorie Clark 

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    Lorie L. Clark returned to CHCCS in September 2022 as Coordinator of Student Leadership and Engagement.  The Blue Ribbon Mentor-Advocate program is part of the Office of Equity & Engagement. 


    Prior to Lorie’s return, she served as the Cultural Arts and Events Manager for the Town of Garner. She worked for over eighteen years, serving as the Blue Ribbon High School Specialist and Equity Specialist. Her responsibilities included working with Blue Ribbon high school students, the Blue Ribbon Youth Leadership Institute (YLI), and the Multicultural Student Achievement Network.


    Lorie has deep roots in the community and her family has lived in Carrboro for seven generations, of which she is immensely proud.  She received the Orange County Human Rights & Relations Pauli Murry Award in 2018 and was featured in Chapel Hill Magazine’s Women of Achievement for her work with the Hannah Ruth Foundation and local community organizing. Lorie received the 2021 Margaret Rigg Social Justice Award from Eckerd College, her alma mater.  Lorie received a bachelor’s degree in Communications from Eckerd College.  She is a certified Community Restorative Justice Circle Peacekeeper.


    Coordinator of Student Leadership and Engagement
    Blue Ribbon Mentor-Advocate


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    Sara Levine photoMy name is Sara Levine and I am currently getting my Masters in Social Work
    at North Carolina A&T and UNC Greensboro. I am originally from Queens, NY
    but moved to North Carolina to attend Elon University. I graduated with a degree
    in Human Service Studies and Public Health. This past year I was a School Social
    Work Intern at a Middle School in Wake County and have been co-conducting
    research on the impact mentorship roles have on the upward mobility of historically
    oppressed youth. Outside of school you can find me playing tennis, riding my bike,
    and spending all of my time outdoors. 

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