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Nathan Clark (he/him/his) is a degree candidate for the Master of Liberal Arts (ALM) – Government at Harvard University Extension School. His research interests include political communication and media effects, rhetoric, American Political Development, housing and homelessness, and queer theory. He is an affiliate of the Center for American Political Studies (CAPS) at Harvard.

Professionally, Nate is a filmmaker, author, and satirist. He has written and performed in hundreds of sketches, musicals, and improvs at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, the Groundlings, and venues across the country. In addition to his original work for stage, television, and film, Nate directs commercials and industrial content for brands including Louis Vuitton, the New York Times, Summit, FENDI, and many more. He is a former Human Services Commissioner for the City of West Hollywood, CA, and dedicates his free time to serving communities in need. More info at

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