Fitzgerald Clark is a Wraparound coach with the Montana Tribal Wraparound Project where he coaches and organizes facilitators that work with youth who are at risk for severe emotional disturbances and serious mental illness, at Tribal schools throughout Montana. Fitzgerald has also worked as a Prevention Health Specialist with RiverStone Health Center in the HIV/AIDS Ryan White department. He pioneered the Transitions Care Coordinator position to reduce the frequency of patients being readmitted to the hospital after a visit. He has also been the Project Coordinator for the Men’s Health program at Planned Parenthood of Montana and developed their Montana Men’s Clinic program. He serves currently as the chairman of the board of the social justice organization Not In Our Town Billings, where he has served on the board for six years. He is also active in his faith community and has served as chairman for the Northern Plains Regional Baha’i Council for the past three years. Fitzgerald is blessed to have been married to Sarah Clark, in the beautiful climes of Estes Park, Colorado last fall. She is a Methodist pastor who shares his love of service and fighting for justice. They have a wonderful son who loves soccer and Xbox and is a freshman in high school.
Wraparound Coach, MT Office of Public Instruction