Clarence J. Fluker (he/him/his) is a public affairs strategist, organizational change leader and equity & inclusion advocate. At the Association of American Medical Colleges he serves as Director of Community Engagement, leading their efforts to create deeper and wider relationships with the government, nonprofit and business sectors in Washington, DC. In his prior position with the Obama White House Council on Environmental Quality he helped push forward an inclusive public lands agenda and played a meaningful role in raising the visibility of the National Park Service Centennial. Previously, he worked for two Washington, DC mayors, a national political action committee and several nonprofit organizations managing communications, fundraising and program initiatives. He earned his undergraduate degree in speech communication from Morgan State University and graduate degree in public communication from American University.
He began his exploration of theater as a small child and learner at Karamu House on the east side of Cleveland, Ohio, the oldest African American theater in the United States. Today he continues that exploration as Board Member of Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington, DC.