Kirk Clay "is director of the Electoral College Reform Project for Common Cause in Washington, D.C. The project seeks to bring about nationwide popular election of the U.S. president through organizing, voter education and advocacy. Prior to that, he was deputy director of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation, where he managed daily operations and was involved with efforts to mobilize members, activists, community leaders, clergy and state legislators in grassroots issue campaigns to affect public policy. Kirk is the former deputy director of People for the American Way's field department. He developed the African American Ministers Leadership Council, a national network of clergy, and managed the Partners for Public Education program, a joint project with the NAACP that mobilizes community support for public education. Kirk is a former White House intern and holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Cincinnati." 
- National Advisory Committee, Tavis Smiley Foundation
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- National Advisory Committee, Tavis Smiley Foundation, accessed September 19, 2008.