Board Bios

 
 
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CLARENCE MOORE, JR.

Clarence Moore, Jr. is a man of his purpose, a lifestyle entrepreneur whose passion is helping others. Clarence graduated from Grinnell College in 2009 with a Bachelors Degree in Sociology. His purpose was shaped long before his academic and sports achievements in college.

Returning to Chicago upon graduation, Clarence began his career as a Fitness Professional running his own business focusing on functional fitness with everyday working people and sports specific training with youth and professional athletes.

Entrepreneurship came early for Clarence, spending time working in his father’s businesses- learning management, bookkeeping, and other valuable lessons. Clarence is always looking for ways to help more people transform their lives. He has created or partnered with several entrepreneurial ventures centered on fitness and technology to further his mission in being available to help more people transform their lives.

Making strategic partnerships and creating business opportunities is a skill that will be valuable to The ACE Project and its growth. Clarence is also bringing his people skills and expertise in business to serve as the role of Treasurer for ACE’s board of directors.

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Jennifer Meade

Jennifer is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, educator and writer with over 16 years of experience working with youth and families. She works at the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration (SSA) as Director of School Social Work and as an adjunct lecturer. In her roles at SSA she is privileged to educate and mentor the next generation of school social workers, which is how she became connected to Susan Klumpner, founder and director of The ACE Project. Jenny is passionate about empowering children, families and communities and thrilled to be a member of the Board of Directors since The ACE Project’s inception.

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