Eryka Anabell Clarke
Eryka Anabell Clarke is a cross-sector leadership associate at EdRedesign and an education policy & analysis M.Ed. student at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She is a 2023 Howard University alumna from New York by way of Barbados where she served as the vice president of the Howard University Student Association as well as an elected senator, the director for student advocacy, a champion debater, and first vice president of the Howard University Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta, Law Fraternity International. Eryka Anabell graduated with her bachelors of arts in political science and English in May of 2023.
Throughout her career, Eryka Anabell has worked for the Queens' District Attorney's Office, the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, the Office of the New York State Attorney General, and most recently, the U.S. Senate HELP Committee under the leadership of Senator Patty Murray on the Education Policy team. She is a Harvard Graduate School of Education, Leadership in Education Fellow, and recipient of the Faculty Tribute Award. In addition, she has been named a 2022 AT&T Rising Fututre Maker, A McDonald's Black and Positively Golden Honoree, and UNCF Panda Cares Scholar, and a 2X Williams Franklin Foundation Scholar.
Eryka Anabell is also a proud 2022 initiate of Alpha Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated where she champions social action and sisterhood with a primary focus on the Black community. On Harvard's campus, she currently serves as the co-founder and a board of director member of the Harvard Graduate School of Education Student Law Society. In addition, Eryka Anabell is the chief operating officer of HBCU Imprint, Inc., a non-profit organization for first-generation students at HBCUs across the country.