Enid Lee is an anti-racist professional development specialist, leadership coach and writer. She consults internationally on equitable education and supports educators in preparing all students to create and experience a world with greater justice, joy and generosity.
Her publications include Letters to Marcia: A Teachers’ Guide to Anti-Racist Education, Checking and Changing My Systems for Equity and “Anti-Racist Teaching“ in the Encyclopedia of Diversity in Education.
Enid has been the recipient of several awards for her path-breaking work in anti-racist education and community building among Black communities and immigrant parents. She received an Honorary Doctor of Laws from Queen’s University, Canada; was named Multicultural Educator of the Year, U.S and is included in 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women.
Enid is a Virtual Scholar with Teaching for Change in Washington, DC and in real time lives in Toronto, Canada and Santa Cruz, California.
In spare moments, she enjoys sitting outdoors without shoes and reading books for children of all ages.