Carolanne Clark is a Master of Social Work student at Stony Brook University (SBU), where she is also part of the Racial Equity Student Alliance. Carolanne is expected to graduate in the spring of 2023 with a specialization in integrated health. From 2020-2021, Carolanne interned with SBU's Student Accessibility Support Center (SASC) where she provided and improved academic and environmental accessibility to foster individual growth and student empowerment. Carolanne was nominated for Intern of the Year for her contributions to SASC.


Carolanne graduated from the State University of New York at Cortland with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a minor in the Psychology of Individuals with Disabilities. At SUNY Cortland, Carolanne was part of the It's On Us Action Team as a student representative for S.A.F.E.R - Students Active for Ending Rape - where she collaborated with school faculty and staff to prevent sexual assault and other interpersonal violence. For these efforts, Carolanne was awarded Outstanding Student Leader by SUNY Cortland. Additionally, Carolanne was a member of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Board, which promotes and sustains inclusive excellence by creating an environment where all are valued, develop their full potential, and contribute to the success of the campus and the community.


Carolanne is currently a mental health coordinator implementing treatments and programs for patients as well as collaborating with community resources. As a transracial adoptee, Carolanne hopes to work in adoption reform in the future.


Carolanne's roles with The SASH Lab lie with the social media committee with whom she disseminates research on different platforms. Carolanne hopes to engage with projects that foster her passions for inclusivity, equity, and liberation.