Jennifer Hall Lee

School Board Member

Jennifer Hall Lee was elected to the Pasadena Unified School Board in 2020. She co-created the Women’s History Month assembly which explores feminist themes for all middle school students in the Pasadena public schools. Her speaking engagements have included the British Library, Feminism in London Conference, Berkshire Conference on Women’s History, Hampshire College, UCLA, and the International Islamic University in Islamabad, Pakistan. She was awarded a Fulbright in 2018 and is a Fulbright Finalist. A writer and filmmaker, her film “Feminist: Stories from Women’s Liberation” explores the significance of the second wave of the women’s liberation movement in the United States.

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Being a Teacher in an Arizona Charter School Was Destroying My Husband’s Health

If anyone thinks that people pushing privatization are working to improve education, all they need to do is spend some time in Arizona.

I Left Charter School Teaching for Public School Teaching. I Am So Glad I Did

I love working with students and teaching. Now I get to enjoy it because I am supported and respected for my talents in a public school.

Stand Up for Our Public Schools. Don’t be Distracted by Fake Outrage.

We need to come together to ensure that our elected officials protect the education of our children.

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