Get to know the staff at The Flagship Clubhouse!
Manager @ The Flagship Clubhouse
Kahmal started out as a member of the original Clubhouse at Boston’s Computer Museum, which inspired him to eventually become a Mentor and share what he had learned with others. He also cites the Clubhouse Network as one of his founding inspirations to attend a 4-year college.
Kahmal received an A.A. from Bunker Hill Community College in Graphic Design and a B.A. in Animation from Massachusetts College of Art & Design.
Clubhouse-to-Career Pathways Coordinator
Before joining The Clubhouse Network, Solomon held biomedical and clinical research positions at Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and most recently, Massachusetts General Hospital. Solomon also served as the Lowell High School Site Director for “Let’s Get Ready” – the nation’s largest network of student-run college access programs – providing SAT support for low-income students of color. Throughout his academic and professional career, Solomon has rooted himself in political advocacy work – advocating for women’s reproductive rights, racial inclusion in collegiate settings, and equal educational opportunities in communities of color, among others. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Solomon graduated from Brandeis University in 2018 with a double-major in African and African-American Studies and Health Science/Policy.