School Counselor and School Culture Specialist: Marianne Clark
Hello! My name is Ms. Marianne, I use she/her pronouns, and I am the School Counselor and School Culture Specialist at Malcolm X Academy!
I started working in schools 4 years ago because I always knew I wanted to support students and teachers. I believe in the power of early intervention and positive relationships, and I am thrilled to support our future leaders on their way to greatness.
I’m looking forward to getting to know the Malcolm X community and helping it excel! I will be providing Social/Emotional and Behavioral support for Malcolm X students and staff while also providing counseling for a small group of students.
If you are interested in counseling for your child or family, please call/text or email Marianne:
Mon-Fri 8am – 4pm
Clinical Intern: D'Janea Bolton
Hello! My name is D’Janea Bolton, I use she/her pronouns, and I am a Clinical Intern at Malcolm X Academy.
Born and raised in the beautiful Bayview area of San Francisco, California
I started working in schools 4 years ago because I was interested in giving youth a person they could connect with. I believe in the power of positive relationship and how those relationships can foster change.
This school year, I look forward to getting to know and learn the Malcolm X Academy community and excited to start this new journey.
I can’t wait to get you know you all!!
Nurse: Brandon Ahlstrom
Brandon Ahlstrom is the School District Nurse for Malcolm X Academy. Brandon received his Masters Degree in Nursing from San Francisco State University. He has served children and families through public education for 12 years.