Green Card Voices
Tea Rozman Clark is the CoFounder and Executive Director of Green Card Voices. Born in Yugoslavia, she moved to U.S. at the age of 20 after receiving the George Soros Open Society Scholarship. She is New York University graduate in Near and Middle Eastern studies and has a Ph.D. in Cultural History, specializing in oral history recording from the University of Nova Gorica. She moved to Minneapolis in 2012 and soon after co-founded Green Card Voices. Through this work, she has interviewed close to 400 immigrants coming from over 120 countries, residing in 7 states. Under her leadership, the organization has expanded from Minnesota to North Dakota, Georgia, and Wisconsin. She has edited the organization’s six books, including the four Green Card Youth Voices volumes, Green Card Entrepreneur Voices, and Voices on Immigrant Storytellers (Teaching Guide), as well as the latest Story Stitch card game. Rozman Clark is a recipient of the 2015 Bush Leadership Fellowship.