Dana Clark-Jackson is a Native Californian, she holds a MA in Human Relations and a BA in African/African American Studies from the University of Oklahoma and a second BA in Fine Arts Ministry from California Baptist University. Her many accomplishments include TV & Radio host, Recording Artist and Conference Speaker. While living in Oklahoma, she served with her husband in ministry and worked in education. As a Behavioral Health Case Manager, she has worked with adult outpatients, Re-entry population and with youth & families. Her autobiography “RECONCILED, Black by Experience: My Struggle for Legitimacy” is a testament to her perseverance in the face of adversity, her love and compassion for others, and is the motivating force behind her productivity.
From menses to menopause, women are valuable at every stage! Self-discovery is a lifelong journey and should be celebrated by the lives that are touched all around us. We need each other to survive!