January 26, 2012

sujin lee sujin helps groups and individuals be strategic and innovative while building strong relationships and vibrant leadership. Through her coaching and consulting, sujin helps social justice organizations and alliances reach clarity on their strategic priorities while building collective power and using collaborative decision-making to support their goals. sujin uses team coaching to help groups build trust, increase their effectiveness, realize their collective vision for change, and cultivate shared leadership. In executive coaching, she uses her strong intuition and non-judgmental approach to help individuals connect to their values, passion, and creativity.

sujin has experience working with service, organizing, and policy advocacy organizations in various fields, including education, environmental justice, economic justice, domestic violence, reproductive health and justice, LGBTQ organizing, gender justice, youth organizing, and civic engagement. For almost 20 years, sujin has worked for social justice and healthy communities as an organizer, facilitator and program director in Los Angeles, Oakland, and internationally. As a former Community Fellow at Tides Foundation, she coordinated economic and reproductive justice funding initiatives. She is currently a Board member of the Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN) and smartMeme Strategy and Training project.

More information about sujin can be found on her website.

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