Clarke Williams is a director in The Raben Group’s Strategic Communications practice. She works with clients including Power 4 Puerto Rico, TIAA Institute, and the Hispanic National Bar Association to craft effective messaging and strategic digital campaigns that help clients engage authentically with their audiences across a number of platforms.
Before joining Raben, Clarke was the Communications Coordinator at URGE: Unite for Reproductive & Gender Equity, a nonprofit empowering young people in notoriously red states to advocate for sexual and reproductive freedom. At URGE, Clarke created digital campaigns, prepped staff and members for media engagements, and led a team of student writers for URGE’s ChoiceWords blog. She also designed infographics, created video content, and served as a spokesperson for the organization for the press and at rally events.
Clarke graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a B.A. in Communications with a focus on New Media and Politics. She served as a U.N. Youth representative and currently serves as a volunteer at the Museum of African American History and Culture.
-APEX Award for Publication Excellence, 2015
-The Communicator Award of Distinction, 2015