Yoojin Janice Lee is committed to building social movements that are effective, compassionate and life-giving. She has over twenty years of experience in leadership development for social change, community organizing, and nonprofit management.
She draws upon this experience in her current work as an independent consultant, trainer, and facilitator. She is also a consultant with the diversity, equity, and inclusion consulting group, VISIONS, Inc. Previously, Ms. Lee was Senior Trainer and Manager at Health Resources in Action, a Boston-based, national non-profit capacity-building organization, where she provided training, facilitation, and capacity-building services to nonprofits, coalitions, and government agencies. Earlier on, Ms. Lee was Executive Director & Lead Organizer of the Boston-area Youth Organizing Project, which unites low-income communities of color to build political power for justice in their schools and neighborhoods.
She graduated from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government with a Master’s Degree in Public Policy and holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Smith College. A long-time resident of the Boston-area, she grew up in and around New York City, and has lived abroad in Seoul, Korea.