Rebekah Ryan Clark

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Rebekah Ryan Clark is a historian, lawyer, and writer. She is the Historical Research Associate for Better Days 2020.

She also coauthored Thinking Women: A Timeline of Suffrage in Utah with Katherine Kitterman.

She earned her bachelor's degree in American history and literature from Harvard University, where she wrote her honors thesis on Utah's post-statehood participation in the national women's suffrage movement. She participated in a post-graduate research fellowship on Latter-day Saint women in the twentieth century at the Joseph Fielding Smith Institute of Church History.

Rebekah holds a law degree from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University and attended Harvard Law School as a visiting student.

After practicing law for four years in Boston, she worked as a research historian at the Church History Department and taught the online American Foundations course at BYU-Idaho.

Rebekah is on the board of the Mormon Women's History Initiative Team.

She is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.