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Kyndall Clark

Kyndall sitting with the NoVo bookcase in the background, smiling and wearing a read necklace and black outfit.Born in the Midwest but raised in the South, Kyndall serves as the associate for the Ending Violence Against Girls and Women Initiative at the NoVo Foundation. Prior to joining NoVo, she taught 9th grade special education and worked as a community organizer with the African American Policy Forum and Girls Justice League.

With a passion for investing in the collective wellbeing and power of girls and women of color, Kyndall has volunteered on the New York Women’s Foundation Grants Advisory Committee, serves on the Evoluer House Board of Advisors, and is a member of the Black Feminist Future Giving Circle. She holds a BS from Vanderbilt University and a MLA from the University of Pennsylvania, where she studied feminist movements, NGOs, and women’s empowerment in West Bengal.

In her free time, she enjoys finding flight deals for future travels, collecting cookbooks, and denying her Southern roots.

“I did what my conscience told me to do, and you can’t fail if you do that.” –Anita Hill