Get to Know… Meeka Clark

“I work at the Advocacy Center because I believe strongly in social justice. I want to communicate and advocate for those who do not always have the loudest voices, allowing them to be heard and understood, with the ultimate goal of making positive change in our community.


  • Meeka is responsible for efficiently gathering detailed intake data, conducting initial client interviews, investigating preliminary issues, communicating important facts to attorneys, and opening new files.
  • Meeka’s career began in the political arena, where she assisted national and local political figures and nonprofit organizations with brand positioning and messaging during their campaigns and fundraising efforts. She continued to expand her legal knowledge as a certified paralegal and become a litigation paralegal specializing in criminal defense, family, and personal injury law. In her tenure, she was a firm administrator and head litigation paralegal for a criminal defense firm that specialized in homicide in North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia.


  • Johnson C. Smith University, Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication and Pre Law and a Minor in Political Science
  • Queens University of Charlotte, Master of Arts in Strategic Communication/Public Relations
  • Central Piedmont Community College, Paralegal Technology Certification

Professional Affiliations:

  • ColorComm
  • North Carolina Notary

Community Affiliations:

  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
  • Charlotte-Mecklenburg Community Relations, Board Member
  • Guardian Ad Litem, Volunteer