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Lee Warren is Director Emerita of Professional Pedagogy at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and former Associate Director of the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning at Harvard University. She teaches leadership in Executive Education courses at the Kennedy School, creates cross-Harvard faculty teaching seminars, and provides teaching consultation to faculty. She is the founder and Executive Producer of the Bok Players, an interactive theater troupe focused on addressing discrimination, relationships, and fairness in the academic workplace.
With a B.A. in Philosophy from Wellesley and a Ph.D. in English and American Literature from Stanford, Lee has taught at UMass/Boston and MIT. She was the Academic Dean of Merrimack Valley College, part of the University System of New Hampshire. She has worked as a writing consultant on social issues for numerous private, state, and non-profit organizations in the Boston area. She has published numerous articles on teaching and learning, race, gender, class, case teaching, and leadership, and has co-produced several videotapes used internationally.