Educator and DEI Practitioner Rosetta Lee Speaks at Assembly
is an educator and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion practitioner. As a faculty member at Seattle Girls School, Rosetta teaches subjects such as science, math, technology, art, ethics, social justice, and more. As a professional outreach specialist, she designs and delivers training for all constituencies of the school community, as well as the local and national educational and nonprofit sectors.
Since 2004, Rosetta has been a diversity speaker and trainer on a variety of topics, including cross cultural communication, identity development, implicit and unconscious bias, gender and sexuality diversity, facilitation skills, and bullying in schools. This week, Rosetta presented at assembly about identity and cultural competency. She spoke to our community about how who we are matters and how we show up in the world matters. We are all made up of multidimensional identities that insect and depending on what groups each of us belong to, it will impact how we see the world.
Rosetta has presented at numerous conferences and nonprofit organizations such as the White Privilege Conference, Junior League, and City Year. She has also worked with over 200 K-12 public and independent schools throughout the country, as well as a number of colleges and universities. She has served several years on the faculty of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) Diversity Leadership Institute, as well as NAIS' diversity think-tank cadre, Call to Action. Her recognitions and awards include the Outstanding Partner in Education Award from the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research in 2007 and the Distinguished Teacher Award for the Washington Federation of Independent Schools 2005.