sujin lee

sujin is a renowned OD practitioner and coach, supporting organizations to creating an equitable & just world.

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sujin lee (she/her) is a coach and consultant with more than 25 years of experience in social change. Her life’s work is to support the creation of deep and equitable social change through cultivating meaningful and vibrant leadership, organizational structure and culture. Her work is informed by the skills and practices of dynamic practitioners who have taught her ways of being and doing related to: anti-oppression, relationship building, equity and wholeness, strategic thinking, facilitation, group process, organizational development, and organizational management. Her practice is guided by creativity, intuition, healing, her immigrant upbringing, and the freedom dreams of her ancestors. 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. sujin has worked for social justice and healthy communities as an organizer, facilitator and program director in Los Angeles, Oakland, and internationally. She has served as an Organizational Development Coach for the Move to End Violence program, developed and facilitated multiple leadership development programs for leaders of color, and served as an executive coach for the Flexible Leadership Award program, the Resilience Initiative, and the John W. Mack Movement Building Fellows Program. As a former Community Fellow at Tides Foundation, she coordinated economic & reproductive justice funding initiatives. She has served as a Board member of the Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN) and Center for Story-based Strategy (formerly smartMeme Strategy and Training project). More information about sujin can be found on her LinkedIn profile: