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Sanya M. Clark
Project Coordinator

410.455.6557
sclark@hilltop.umbc.edu

Sanya Clark is a project coordinator at The Hilltop Institute. As such, she managed the organization’s process to adopt a new name; writes promotional materials for dissemination; develops, edits, and posts content for Hilltop’s Intranet (internal information source) and public website; and manages special projects as appropriate. She also continues to be the chief editor for all Hilltop reports, establishes and executes style and grammar guidelines, and manages staff resumes and bios. Ms. Clark has extensive experience with MS Word, PowerPoint, and Publisher.

Ms. Clark has several years of experience in the academic and administrative arenas and has been with The Hilltop Institute since 1997. Prior to becoming a project coordinator, she was a research assistant for the executive office. In this capacity, she provided editorial support to all Hilltop staff, copy edited research papers and presentations written by Hilltop staff, proofread document drafts, prepared documents for final distribution, updated staff resumes and bios, developed and maintained an internal style manual, and created annual reports and other brief-like documents. Prior to becoming a research assistant, Ms. Clark worked part-time as a student assistant under Deputy Director Mike Nolin. She also gained knowledge and experience in the publishing industry through an internship with AmericanStyle and Niche Magazines, where she was responsible for editing articles for style and grammar, proofreading, fact-checking, research, and other deadline-oriented projects.

Ms. Clark graduated cum laude from UMBC with a bachelor's degree in English.