National Training Associate
Brodrick Clarke is a consultant in his own firm, Brodrick Clarke Consulting LLC, specializing in Youth Development - Program Quality Assessment in the Washington, D.C., area. In addition, he serves as Education & Policy Coordinator for Prince George’s County Department of Parks and Recreation and previously served with the Muhammad Ali Center, directing their domestic and international youth development initiative. He brings a deep understanding of effective capacity building, and facilitating hundreds of trainings over the past 20 years has given him a great lens on organizational development, sustainability, quality product delivery, economic engines, and best practices vs. promising practices. In his positions, he actively works with educators, parents, and students, providing them with the tools, skills, and competencies to survive, grow, and thrive. He has extensive experience working with the K-12 student population, primarily in an out-of-school time setting. He has a focus on Youth Work Methods, Advancing Youth Development, and fostering the 40 Developmental Assets in youth.
Clarke serves on the National Board of the American Camp Association, the advisory board for the Maryland Out of School Time Network and advises the Governor's Office for Children in the state of Maryland. Clarke holds a Bachelors of Science degree in human services and management from the University of Phoenix.