April Undergraduate

Damon Clark

Damon Clark

Asaayii (Bowl Canyon), NM
Diné

ANAHSAT,AIGC Fellowship
Harvard College, Harvard University
Social Studies

GPA 3.19

Community Service

  1. Native Americans at Harvard College President (2016-17), Vice President (2015-16), Treasurer (2014-16)
  2. Ivy Native Council: Vice President (2015-16), Co-Chair of Communications & Outreach (2014-15)
  3. Trip Leader of the 2016 and 2017 PBHA Navajo Nation Public Service Trip
  4. 2016 Harvard Cultural Foundation Insignia Award Recipient
  5. 2015 Harvard University Presidential Public Service Fellowship
  6. 2013 Accenture American Indian Scholarship Recipient
  7. 2013 All Native American High School Academic Team

Bio

Damon is Tó’áhání, Near the Water Clan, and born for Tábąąhá, Near the Water’s Edge Clan. Mr. Clark is a student in Cabot House concentrating in Social Studies with a focus on Indigenous Communities in Contemporary America. His senior thesis was on Diné Entrepreneurship”. At Harvard, he has been President of Native Americans at Harvard College, Vice President of the Ivy Native Council, an Undergraduate Minority Recruiter for the Admissions Office, a member at the Institute of Politics, and a participant at the Phillips Brooks House Association. As an intern, he has served in the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, the Department of Commerce Office of the Secretary, and the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development. This past summer he was a Public Policy & International Affairs Junior Summer Institute fellow at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public Policy at Princeton University.