Clara Wille is a skilled Social Work and Public Health Professional who has dedicated her career to working with families and youth. She has a Master's degree in Social Work (Interpersonal Practice with Children, Youth, and Families) and Health Behavior and Health Education from the University of Michigan School of Public Health. Clara is a competent professional with a demonstrated history of working in School Partnerships, Family Therapy, Trauma-Focused approaches, Play Therapy, Evidence-Based Treatments, Nonprofit Organizations, Youth Development, Coaching, and Program Evaluation.
Clara's rich experience includes working as a Community Based Clinician and a Community-Based Crisis Clinician at Tennyson Center for Children, where she was responsible for providing emergency response to critical situations for youth and their families. She has also previously worked as an Impact Manager at City Year, where she led and managed a team of young people in different schools to provide support to students who are struggling academically and with attendance. Furthermore, she was a Social Work Intern, School-Based Services at Development Centers, a Research Assistant at Military Support Programs and Networks at The University of Michigan, a Graduate Assistant at America Reads, and a Program Director at Row New York, among other roles.