Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE) is comprised of talented, passionate people who are ready to lead in innovative ways that make a difference. Each of us is committed to working together to end educational inequity nationwide.
Our Culture and Values
We work to meaningfully and measurably ensure that all children have the opportunity to attain an excellent education and achieve their potential. We understand there is no single set of solutions that will work in every community. We encourage our members to critically engage and develop impactful, thoughtful solutions. Ultimately, our guiding question is, “How will this create life-changing opportunities for all children in our communities?”
We exist to help our members have the greatest possible impact on opportunities available to children in their communities. Our programming, resources and strategies are designed to increase the engagement and effectiveness of our members working at all levels to pursue educational equity.
Achieving educational equity requires bold solutions from informed and purposeful leaders grounded in the experience of teaching in low-income communities and the deep belief in the potential of all children. We believe that when our members reach positions of influence, they will help to change policies to ensure all children can receive an excellent education.
All of us have a role to play in achieving educational equity and our impact will be greater if we are organized and connected. We help our members to build power and amplify their collective voice. We also work to connect our members with partners in the broader movement for educational equity.
We will succeed in our mission only if we actively engage all of our members and work side by side with communities to bring the full diversity of solutions and perspectives to these challenges. In particular, we actively seek the voices of the individuals who share the racial and economic backgrounds of students most impacted by pervasive inequality, because they can bring an essential perspective to education policymaking that has traditionally been under-represented.
As a young organization, we operate with an entrepreneurial spirit, learn from our experiences and continuously improve. As we work to build the leadership capacity of our members and their impact, we operate with a sense of urgency and an emphasis on action and learning.
Leadership for Educational Equity seeks a Manager, Regional Impact to identify, cultivate and motivate LEE members for community impact.
Leadership for Educational Equity seeks a Senior Director, Candidate Development to collaborate, evaluate, partner and develop high performing talent in preparation for elected leadership.
Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE) is seeking a senior leader to serve as a Regional Director, South Dakota. The Regional Director should bring experience and creativity to the need to grow, engage, and organize our base of members in the region.
Leadership for Educational Equity seeks a Manager, Regional Impact able to build dynamic relationships with LEE members.
Leadership for Educational Equity seeks a Manager to collaboratively work to ensure best ways to communicate policy knowledge.
Leadership for Educational Equity seeks a Database Assistant to provide CRM clean-up and user support for the Salesforce team.
Leadership for Educational Equity seeks a Special Projects Manager who will provide cross-functional administrative leadership to support the TLC Management team.
Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE), seeks a highly-motivated Director of Candidate Development to coach, mentor, and align Candidates for community impact.
Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE) seeks a bright, creative and highly-motivated Director of Policy & Strategy Development to help identify and develop mid to high level members for opportunities to impact change from a leadership capacity.
LEE seeks a Senior Director to build relationships with high-priority external organizations that create paths into policy roles to increase LEE members’ awareness and interest in those opportunities.
The Director of Organizing Support will be responsible for the successful execution of community organizing and leadership development of LEE members toward collective action for educational equity in Los Angeles and the Bay Area in California.
Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE), a Teach For America partner organization, seeks an organized, detail oriented, and flexible Coordinator for the Career Leadership Team.
Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE), a Teach For America partner organization, seeks a Manager of Online Services to provide the technical and strategic leadership for online platforms.
LEE seeks a Manager of Community Organizing who will be responsible for the successful execution of community organizing leadership development toward collective action for educational equity.
Leadership for Educational Equity (LEE) seeks a Manager, Accounts Receivable to manage all of LEE’s accounts receivable transactions as well as inter-company invoicing, accounting and monthly reconciliation process.
LEE seeks a temporary, part-time Manager of Report Design to support the Elected Leadership, Platforms Development Team. This person will develop reports and dashboards for the Elected Leadership team.
LEE seeks a temporary part-time Junior Developer to support the Elected Leadership, Platforms Development Team. This person will develop numerous of our minimum viable products for testing, as well as manipulate and automate data flow on the team.
LEE is hiring a part-time temporary Manager of Data Science who possesses strong SQL, R, MapReduce skills to support the Elected Leadership, Platforms Development Team. This person will develop numerous data analyses for the team.