Oral history interview with Julie Clark, conducted by Don Saunders (2002-10-02)
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Oral history interview with Julie Clark, conducted by Don Saunders, October 2, 2002. Oral History Collection, National Equal Justice Library, Georgetown Law Library.
Oral history interview of Julie Clark (NLADA) by Don Saunders.
Julie Clark is the vice president for Strategic Alliances at the NLADA. Clark joined the organization in 1981 and assumed her current position under new leadership in 2005. She also serves as secretary to the board of directors. Prior to coming to the legal aid organization, Clark served as deputy to President Jimmy Carter’s Advisor on Inflation, Alfred Kahn.
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