Cabral Clements – Morehouse College
Class of 2016 | Media Major/ Sports – Journalism Minor
Clements is a senior at Morehouse College and upon graduation (2016) will be a third generation Morehouse Man. Clements’ tenure at the college has been highlighted by his two years being a resident advisor, the new Chairman of Morehouse Residence Hall Association, and through working tirelessly to create a social platform specific for Morehouse College, now boasting more than 2,000 users. With the help of Clements’ efforts and leadership, the social platform called Campus Bubble has expanded to over 70 institutions nationwide, with Morehouse College being the second school to incorporate the tool.
Prior to Morehouse College, Clements spent much his time learning how to tell stories through video – and developed content for companies like HP, Toyota, and Cutters Athletics. This was followed by an internship at CNN right before college, working in the audience and multi-platform technology division. Through this, Clements builds on his storytelling abilities and leverages technology resources to create a holistic approach to brand management and media production that has been used working with a number of brands and businesses small and large, as demonstrated by his website, CabralClements.com. Along with helping brands tell their stories, Clements currently produces projects with local film company Glass House Pictures/ Class Clown Films and continues to work with Atlanta Startup, Campus Bubble to ensure higher education institutions are well connected.
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