Clinton has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human-Development, as well as a Masters in Organizational Leadership and Non-Profit Leadership, both from the Brandman University. Clinton comes to Equal Opportunity Schools with over a decade of experience in direct service to low and middle-income students and families of color. His most recent work experience was with the Seattle-based non-profit Financial Beginnings that provides financial literacy programs to assists low-income youth and adults by incorporating all aspects of personal finance to give individuals the foundation they need to make informed financial decisions and to take control of their financial futures.
Clinton comes to Equal Opportunity Schools with over a decade of experience in direct service to low and middle-income students and families of color. Clinton has a deep passion for providing access, and equity to all students, in particular low income, students of color.
In his spare time Clinton serves on two local non-profit boards one working with the re-entry population, the other financial literacy. Clinton also serves full time in ministry.