Speaker Liz Kleinrock is an educator and anti-racist and bias consultant implementing developmental ideas to many different organizations. Liz touches the basis of many different issues on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Liz educates through her compelling keynotes as she brings enlightenment and education around "taboo" topics and demonstrates how to hold conversations in many different social settings.
Why you should book speaker Liz Kleinrock
- Her work has gained national recognition through a documentary short produced by Fluid Film, and media outlets such as CNN, The Washington Post, NPR, and the BBC.
- In 2018 she received the Teaching Tolerances Award for Excellence in Teaching, and she currently serves on the Teaching Tolerance Advisory Board as well.
- In addition to the keynote presentations, Liz Kleinrock is available for professional development and training customized to you and your student’s needs. Her goal is to make social justice education both accessible, meaningful, and relevant to everybody.
Speaker Liz Kleinrock is an anti-bias and anti-racist educator and consultant who is based in Washington, DC. She is a transracial adoptee who was born in South Korea and grew up in DC. She then attended the Washington University in St. Louis, MO. After graduation, she moved to Oakland in California, where she served as an AmeriCorps teacher with Girls Inc. and Super Stars Literacy for two years. She then moved to Los Angeles and after spending a year student-teaching a 5th-grade class in Watts, she joined the founding faculty of a startup school in East Hollywood teaching 1st through 4th grades.
In addition to her keynote presentations, Liz Kleinrock is available for professional development and training customized to student’s needs. Her goal is to make social justice education both accessible, meaningful, and relevant to everybody.
Liz has collaborated extensively with colleagues across schools, grade levels, and districts, and she currently leads professional development for her school staff within fields relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Furthermore, Liz Kleinrock has both developed and led parent and family education workshops on social and emotional learning, and the importance of discussing race and race issues with children.
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