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Liz Dempsey Lee

Lifelong educator and kid at heart with experience teaching  grades PK - 8, graduate and undergraduate.  Ph.D.  conferred in May 2020. Specializing in parenting and socioeconomic status, equitable parenting, relationships in education, early childhood education, family engagement policies and practices, and elementary STEM education. 

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  • Nov. 2022    White Supremacy Culture and Parenting at the NDI Diversity Summit

  • June 2022 - Theory to Action Panelist - Lunenburg Schools

  • May 2022 - DEI Workshop - Tufts CEEO

  • February - July 2022 - Social Enterprise Greenhouse Business Accelerator 

  • September 2021 - All Together for Equity: Building Community Support for Equity Initiatives Bridgewater/Raynham Professional Development

  • April 2021 - All Together for Equity: Building Community Support for Equity Initiatives at the NECME Conference

  • February/March 2021 - Parenting for Equity Not-A-Bookclub -a learning and discussion series for busy people

  • February 2021 - Parenting for Equity Parent Forum - Broadmeadow Elementary School

  • January 2021 - Parenting for Equity Workshop - NCE Parent University

  • Winter/Spring 2021 - Centered on Equity - Drop-In Series with Needham SEPAC

  • November 2020 - Parenting for Equity at Needham Diversity Initiative

  • March and May 2020 - Poverty Myths and Facts at Fitchburg State and Mount Wachussets Community College (in person and online)

  • October 2019 - Poverty Myths & Facts at Assumption College, School of Counseling

  • June 2019 -  Family variations within a school: How socioeconomic status influences family engagement at NAEYC PLI - Learning Bytes Presentation

  • March 2019 - Is More Better?  Parenting, Socioeconomics and  Family Engagement at Lesley University Community of Scholars Day

Liz Dempsey Lee is a 2020 graduate of Lesley University's Individually Designed Ph.D. program.  Contact her below.

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