Facilitation & Consulting

In addition to the events below, Liz is available for professional development and trainings customized to your community's needs. Her goal is to make antibias and antiracist education accessible, meaningful, and relevant to all educators, students, and caregivers. Liz has over twelve years of experience working in this field, and as a school-based practitioner, Liz is aware of the challenges that educators and leaders face on a daily basis, and strives to utilize a realistic, solutions-based approach to tackling challenges. 

Liz has collaborated extensively with colleagues across schools, grade levels, and districts, and currently leads professional development for her school's staff on diversity, equity, and inclusion. In addition, Liz has developed and led parent and family education workshops on social and emotional learning, and the importance of discussing race with children. Some workshop topics include:

  • Introduction to anti-bias and anti-racism in the classroom

  • Disrupting white supremacist culture

  • Developing student, educator, and caregiver identities 

  • Holding space for difficult conversations

  • Antibias and antiracist content integration 

  • Inquiry based teaching 

  • Asian American history and identity

For inquiries and quotes for school, organization based, or individualized training, please contact liz@teachandtransform.org. For individual coaching and consultations, please submit inquiries by joining Liz's Patreon

Partnerships include

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