Organizational Communication, Critical Race Theory, Intersectionality, Urban Communication, Urban Commerce, Luxury Communication, Wealth Communication
Mr. Xavier Clark is a second year PhD student in the Department of Communication. Mr. Clark has a B.S. In Communication Studies from the University of Texas at Austin, where they studied political communication with a minor in sign language and Africa and African Diaspora Studies. Mr. Clark has a Masters of Public Administration (MPA) from George Mason University Schar School of Public Policy where they studied emergency management and homeland security. Mr. Clark's areas of research and expertise are organizational communication, critical race theory, intersectionality, urban commerce, business communication, and luxury communication. Mr. Clark is also, an employee for the Department of Homeland Security. Mr. Clark's pronouns are he/him, they, them.
Bachelors of Science, Communication (Political Communication), The University of Texas at Austin 2016
Masters of Public Administration (Homeland Security & Emergency Management), George Mason University 2018