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Gender Identity

When George Floyd was murdered, I sat,

This Women's History Month, we're inspi

Meeting the Moment with LEE

LEE can help you become a change a

What will a gender-equal future mean fo

If you are ready to bring your full self to the table and explore the intersections of your identity to better understand how your experiences and values have paved the way for you to be an elected leader in your community, apply to the LGBTQIA+ Political Leadership Program.

Alaine Jolicoeur

"I am an African-American transgender woman of Haitian descent. I am Jewish, an educator, and unapologetically proud of every aspect of my identity. I cherish my beautiful intersectionality because they define who I am.”

“If not you, then who?” Melody asks at

Why mentors need not be older than you, and how to find the people who will sustain you personally and professionally.

Amy Wilkins

Amy Wilkins — senior fellow for social justice at the College Board talks policy, patience and professional mistakes on Episode 6 of The #LeadersTable.

Jada Drew

4 tools, tips and practices you’ll learn from listening to this week’s podcast with Jada Drew