Kevin Clark is a professor of Learning Technologies and the Founding Director of the Center for Digital Media Innovation and Diversity
at George Mason University. His research focuses on the role of interactive and digital media in education, broadening participation in STEM, and issues of diversity in children’s media. Kevin’s most recent research is a national study examining the Digital Lives of African American Tweens, Teens, and Parents
. Dr. Clark’s research activities have been funded by organizations like: the National Science Foundation, Defense Acquisition University, Dell, Microsoft, the Entertainment Association Foundation, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Prior to becoming a professor, Dr. Clark worked as a senior content designer and senior program manager for a California based educational software company, where he supervised the design and development of interactive children’s educational content for the Sony PlayStation and computer platforms. In 2014, Dr. Clark was named a White House "Champion of Change" for his work empowering and inspiring members of the community.