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Before Clothilde Hewlett became the executive director of the Cal Alumni Association in 2016, she had lived many other lives. She spent years of her childhood in tenement housing in Philadelphia's inner city before she and her family were called to San Francisco by a Rice-A-Roni television commercial. She attended UC Berkeley, became a lawyer, climbed the ranks of the government of corporate America, then came back to her alma mater, where it all began. Read the transcript and see photos of Hewlett on Berkeley News: http://news.berkeley.edu/2018/02/05/podcast-black-history-month-series-interview-cloey-hewlett/ This is part of a series for Black History Month, featuring interviews with African American leaders at UC Berkeley.


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