Transforming organizational culture with front-line knowledge
Nicole Lee is a diversity, equity and inclusion expert, leadership coach, nationally
recognized speaker and strategist who regularly consults with nonprofits,
schools, businesses, political and social movements to improve their climate
for themselves and all those that they serve.
She specializes in strategic planning through a diversity, equity, and inclusion lens, crisis management, training, advising and coaching.
She is also the founder of Inclusive Life™, a movement centered on infusing inclusion through all levels of daily life, and a co-founder of the Black Movement-Law Project (BMLP), an organization that provides legal and strategy assistance to Movement For Black Lives affiliates and human rights organizations operating in local communities. For nearly a decade she served as President of TransAfrica, working with leaders across the globe to advocate for a just U.S. foreign policy. She is a trusted spokesperson who has given testimony before the U.S. Congress, the United Nations and other international bodies.
Nicole is both an attorney and an intuitive coach. Through this unique blend, she has contributed to equity movements in the U.S. and abroad through human rights documentation, coaching, and holding space in difficult situations.
Nicole is the voice of truth and power and has commentated on CNN, MSNBC, NPR, and BBC. She has been recognized for her outstanding contributions in the private and public sectors through numerous awards, including Congressional Black Caucus, Running Starts “Women to Watch”, Black Women’s Roundtable TrailBlazer, Global Leadership, and the National Newspapers Publishers Association’s Press Champion Award.
Nicole brings light to serious issues in a poised and powerful way that evokes people to profound change. She knows this work is essential to achieving a just and equitable society.
Awareness is Discovery. Discovery is a new way of seeing.
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