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K.I.S.H. Magazine Exclusive Interview with Nasha Clark!

KISH: Tell us about you.

Nasha Clark is an American journalist, publicist, marketing specialist, and businesswoman serving all arms of the media, entertainment, and professional sports industries. The New York native has worked with some of the biggest names in music and entertainment worldwide. Some of her most notable past projects include spearheading Publicity and Marketing for the IMPACT 17 Music, Art, Tech and Fashion Summit featuring DJ Khaled; co-chairing publicity for the Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out Tour Live; and providing strategic marketing concepts for Roc Nation athlete and artist rosters, including Rihanna’s Anti World Tour. 

Currently, she serves as Publicist for YouTube twin stars, Ava & Alexis McClure, clothing brands, Support Black Colleges, and Kultured Misfits as well brand consulting for Queen Naija. 

Nasha completed her B.A. in Journalism and Law from the University at Albany, after which she earned her M.A. from Hofstra University’s prestigious Graduate Journalism Program. 

KISH: What is your dream and how will accomplishing your dream benefit you and others?

Nasha: My dream is to be successful but more importantly, happy whatever that looks like! I’m loving my growth in the industry thus far. I’m advising, spearheading events and in rooms I’ve dreamt of. As it relates to others, I hope to continue my efforts to uplift, motivate, and inspire people to be the best version of themselves in whatever it is there passionate about. 

KISH: Who or what inspired you to pursue this dream?

Nasha: Growing up I watched my mom continuously rise against adversity. That’s where I get a lot of my drive and work ethic from. I’d say I always knew I wanted to be in entertainment, it was just making all my goals align within the industry. Also, my circle of friends is so inspiring! They keep me so motivated and focused. 

KISH: What challenges have you encountered while pursuing your dream? Where do I start?!

Nasha: I often felt I didn’t belong; I still suffer from imposter syndrome. It’s all surreal having arrived. I feel so prepared and humbled every day. Also, rejection was hard to adjust to early on, but I welcome it. It really builds character and likely life will come full circle. 

KISH: Who or what inspired you to keep pushing regardless of the challenges you’ve encountered?

Nasha: I’ve found so much peace in life experiences. Letting what goes, go and what stays, stay effortlessly. I’ve applied that idea to all facets of my life. With that being said, I treat hardships and triumphs both the same. 

KISH: Please provide final thoughts/advice for others by finishing this sentence… dream.

Nasha: Dream big and work hard! Do what makes you happy!  

Last modified: September 24, 2021