Gizelle Clemens’ professional and personal work exhibits her commitment to elevating marginalized voices bringing from the margins to the center. She currently serves as the Director of Alumni and Donor Engagement for National Medical Fellowships.
Gizelle was most recently appointed to serve on the Pace Paratransit- Chicago ADA advisory Commitee. She is a proud philanthropist and Queenmaker with the South Side Giving Circle and a member of Chicago African Americans in Philanthropy, Association of Fundraising Professionals-Chicago,and Women of Color in Philanthropy and Fundraising.
Gizelle is a graduate of SEEDS Access and Miss Porter’s School. She graduated summa cum laude with degrees in Sociology and Public/Nonprofit Administration and has an MPA from Rutgers University. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Pi Alpha Alpha.
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