JASPA VICE PRESIDENT FOR
NETWORKING, SERVICE, AND RECOGNITION
Loyola University Maryland
Term End Date 2017
Kate Grubb Clark is the Associate Director in the office of student activities at Loyola University Maryland. She has over ten years of professional and para-professional experience in the areas of student activities and student development, specifically in the context of Jesuit higher education. Her primary responsibilities include advising the OPTIONS and SuperFans student groups as well as serving as a mentor/co-instructor in the Messina living-learning program. Prior to this position, Kate served as Assistant Director/Program Coordinator of OPTIONS in student activities and held graduate/research assistantships in student activities, the Sellinger School of Business and Management, and for the Year of the City--a university-wide initiative to further engage Loyola in the local Baltimore community. Kate has served JASPA in various capacities including previously serving as chair of the mentoring and networking committee. Additionally, she has led delegations of students to six of the last seven NJSLC conferences since 2008. She holds a Master of Business Administration degree with a double concentration in management and international business, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with a minor in French; both from Loyola University Maryland.