Keair Clarke (Key-ah) is originally from Jamaica Queens NY but she relocated to Baltimore at the beginning of her high school career. Ms. Clarke graduated from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Rehabilitation Psychology and her Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling. While attending UMES Ms. Clarke served as the president of the Student Rehabilitation Association and joined organizations such as Women of Distinction, Rho Alpha Sigma and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. Ms. Clarke has an extensive background working with individuals who have a disability and mental health diagnosis. Ms. Clarke is also an alum of Building STEPS who helped her pursue post-secondary education. Ms. Clarke now has a passion to help Baltimore city high school students do the same and use her prior experience and resources to provide the students with the same opportunity she received.