Clyve Lawrence is a sophomore at Harvard College studying government. Growing up in an immigrant military family, Clyve’s upbringing has always revolved around movement. Clyve is deeply passionate about ensuring that people of all backgrounds and identities can move through public spaces with dignity, a concept known as mobility justice.
Clyve previously worked for the City of Boston under Mayor Michelle Wu, helping advance Boston’s climate and transportation policy with government partners. He is also a community organizer in Cambridge, volunteering with Cambridge Bicycle Safety to advocate for a complete protected bike lane network by 2025. Clyve is a board member of the Harvard Undergraduate Urban Sustainability Lab under the Mellon Urban Initiative. As a CSSL member, Clyve hopes to continue engaging with the Harvard community on sustainable transportation and broader social justice efforts.