Yejin Lee

Yejin is an equity & justice practitioner, coach, and consultant who guides and facilitates the transformation of individuals and institutions in service of community care and liberation. With over a decade of experience in the nonprofit sector in NYC at organizations like Civic Hall, Student Leadership Network, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, and NYC Anti-Violence Project, her roles have spanned community organizing, fundraising, governance, and operations. Yejin is seasoned at helping staff (especially those of color) to identify the roots and routes of organizational dysfunction, and at building their capacity to strategically move through moments and patterns of inequity. She is also an expert at firmly but compassionately helping leaders to recognize and strategically bridge the operational gap between their anti-oppression intentions and the lived realities of how power functions between people and within institutions.

Yejin received her BA from Boston College in History, American Studies, and African Diaspora Studies, has been trained by the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond in Undoing Racism, and has completed an equity-informed mediation basics training from Resolutions Northwest.

Yejin is an equity & justice practitioner, coach, and consultant who guides and facilitates the transformation of individuals and institutions in service of community care and liberation. With over a decade of experience in the nonprofit sector in NYC at organizations like Civic Hall, Student Leadership Network, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, and NYC Anti-Violence Project, her roles have spanned community organizing, fundraising, governance, and operations. Yejin is seasoned at helping staff (especially those of color) to identify the roots and routes of organizational dysfunction, and at building their capacity to strategically move through moments and patterns of inequity. She is also an expert at firmly but compassionately helping leaders to recognize and strategically bridge the operational gap between their anti-oppression intentions and the lived realities of how power functions between people and within institutions.

Yejin received her BA from Boston College in History, American Studies, and African Diaspora Studies, has been trained by the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond in Undoing Racism, and has completed an equity-informed mediation basics training from Resolutions Northwest.

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