Why Raise Your Voice?

Raising your voice for women and girls of color starts with being accountable, transparent, and gender-sensitive. Through the reproductive justice framework,  Nicole Clark Consulting uses an intersectional analysis to empower organizations, agencies, and communities with practical tools that value the health and lives of women and girls of color.

Ready to raise your voice? Start by exploring one of Nicole’s service areas below.

Nicole motivates organizations, community groups, social services agencies, and businesses to take control of your programming and services, improve your results, and make meaningful impact in the communities you serve. From developing an effective evaluation plan to visualizing the evaluation findings, Nicole conducts simple or complex evaluations based on your needs.

Nicole assists with organizations to design programs and services that are empowering, gender-focused, and culturally-relevant. Nicole encourages active stakeholder participation in the design process to improve a program’s chances of success, leading to a higher quality of evaluation. Building on relevant social science theories and program theories, Nicole works with organizations to connect the links between the planning phase of a program and the evaluation, leading to sustainable programming.

Nicole’s speaking engagements range across a variety of formats and audiences, including local and national conferences, schools, company meetings, private workshops, panels, and more. From small group settings to larger audiences,  Nicole tailors speaking topics to your audience’s knowledge and interests to deliver points that are structured with clarity, insightfulness, and result in a powerful call to action.

Upcoming Events

  • June 22-25, 2016 | Washington, DC

    “Leading Change, Transforming Lives” (Registration status: Open)
    Host– National Association of Social Workers
    Nicole’s Role– Workshop facilitator, “Reproductive Justice as a Social Work Value: Dilemma in Abortion, Adoption, and Parenting”