Meghan Clark is an Associate Professor of Theology and Religious Studies at St. John’s University. She is an expert in Catholic Social Teaching and has published extensively on the principle of solidarity. In 2014 she published The Vision of Catholic Social Thought: The Virtue of Solidarity and the Praxis of Human Rights. In 2013, Dr. Clark was appointed as a Fellow of the Institute of Policy Research and Catholic Studies at Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. From 2010-2013, she served as a Consultant to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Committee on Domestic Justice. Currently, she serves as a faculty expert for the Holy See’s Mission to the United Nations coordinated by St. John’s Vincentian Center for Church and Society. In 2015, she was names a Fellow of the Vincentian Center for Church and Society. In addition, she is on the Board of Directors of America Press, Inc and the faculty advisory board for Catholic Relief Services “CRS University” Global Solidarity Network. In 2015, Dr. Clark was a Fulbright Scholar to the Hekima Institute for Peace Studies and International Relations at Hekima University College, Nairobi, Kenya. She has conducted fieldwork on human rights and solidarity in Sudan, Kenya, Ethiopia and Tanzania. At St. John’s, Dr. Clark engages students inside and outside the classroom on diverse topics in moral theology and Catholic social thought. She received her Ph.D. in Theological Ethics from Boston College has double B.A. degrees in Philosophy and Theology from Fordham University.