Krystal Nicole Clark

Krystal Nicole Clark, M.Ed., a native of Portsmouth, VA, earned her B.A. in Sociology/Psychology at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, VA and her M.Ed. in College Student Personnel at the University of Maryland, College Park. She served as the Program Coordinator for Fraternity & Sorority Life at Duke University from 2007-2011 and Associate Director of Greek Life at Vanderbilt University from 2011-2013. She currently serves as Vanderbilt’s Director of Student Leadership Development. One of her most meaningful accomplishments in this role is the creation of PREVAIL Women’s Leadership Conference that connects undergraduate students with campus and community leaders and influencers.

Krystal serves as the first African American President of the Junior League of Nashville. She is a member of the Class of 2015 Nashville Emerging Leaders, New Leaders Council Class of 2016, and 2016 class of Leadership Nashville. Krystal is an honorary initiate of Delta Delta Delta Fraternity, Alpha Pi chapter and is involved locally and internationally as a member of the Eve of Janus Planning Committee and the Inclusion Taskforce.

She is also a member of the Board of Directors for various organizations in Nashville including The Belcourt Theatre and The Women’s Fund. Because of her undying love for her alma mater, Krystal also sits on William & Mary’s Leadership Advisory Board.

When she’s not working at Vanderbilt or volunteering in the community, she serves as a speaker and facilitator for fraternal organizations, educational institutions, and non-profits across the country. In 2016, she contributed a chapter to The Freshman Project: A Collection of Practical and Clever Advice about the College Experience offering advice to first-year college students as they embark on their leadership journey, and has blogged for Levo League, Mavenly + Co., Girls to the Moon, YELLOW, and Creative Souls Tribe.