Michelle Clark of Clifton, a junior at Washington and Lee University, was recognized at the Celebrating Student Success (CSS) monthly reception on Wednesday, April 7.
A business administration major at W&L, Clark also has studied in China. She serves on the Virginia Foundation of Independent Colleges Career15 Student Advisory Council, the Career Services Student Project Team and the Freshman Orientation Committee.
Clark, as a recipient of the Holleman Fellowship, has worked in the Dominican Republic as an Orphanage Outreach intern. As the service chair of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, she has coordinated five major philanthropy events per year that have raised more than $5,000 to support court-appointed special advocates (CASA). She chairs a committee for the Rockbridge County Model United Nations, and at local elementary schools, she has tutored students in math and helped with a literacy campaign.
Clark, a graduate of Centreville High School, hosts a weekly show about alternative rock on WLUR, W&L’s radio station. She has been a work-study student in the Alumni Affairs Office and now works in the President’s Office.
Clark is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Michael Clark of Clifton.