Clarice K. Abdul-Bey is a native Arkansan, who loves her hometown and wants to see all neighborhoods and communities in Arkansas flourish. As a lifelong youth mentor and youth advocate, Clarice is ardent about coaching students in the areas of solutions-based journalism, interviewing skills, and what she likes to call active-empathetic listening techniques. Co-Director of the Washitaw Foothills Youth Media Arts & Literacy Collective, and Co-Convener of the Arkansas Peace and Justice Memorial Movement. She is a Racial Justice Facilitator, Mental Health First Aider, Mindfulness Relationships Practitioner, and a proud AmeriCorps Alum, passionate about wellness integration in workspaces, advocacy, and social justice issues.
You can learn more about Clarice’s work in her monthly vlog on PBS Arkansas.