Sujin Lee "started her own coaching and organizational development consulting practice in 2008, after working at Movement Strategy Center as the Alliance Building Director for three years. Through her coaching and consulting, sujin focuses on helping social justice organizations and alliances reach clarity on their strategic priorities while learning how to hold power & use decision-making to support their goals. In coaching, she uses her strong intuition and non-judgemental approach to help individuals connect to their values, passion, and creativity. For the past 15 years, sujin has worked for social justice as an organizer, facilitator and program director. She has organized janitors and security workers with SEIU Local 1877 in Los Angeles, advocated for domestic violence survivors with the Shimtuh Korean Domestic Violence Program in Oakland, and supported the work of families of prisoners of conscience with Minkahyup Family Council to Realize Democracy in South Korea. As the Community Fellow at Tides Foundation from 2003-2005, she worked on economic & reproductive justice funding initiatives. She is currently the Vice Chair of the Board of Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN)." 
Resources and articles
- People, smartmeme, accessed February 12, 2010.