Phoebe Eng

General Session: Fast Forward, April 11
General Session: Walk the Talk of Diversity, April 11

About Phoebe Eng

Phoebe Eng is a national lecturer, social change strategist and author of the critically acclaimed Warrior Lessons, her groundbreaking account of race, empowerment and leadership in a changing world. As a strategist, she has worked with a broad range of institutions, helping them understand the complexities of race, and create programs that enhance access, equity and opportunity for all.

On an international level, Eng has worked with the UN and Ford Foundation to present the UN World Conference Against Racism in September 2001.

An award-winning community and business leader, she has been featured in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, as well as several other media outlets, for her thoughts on leadership, empowerment and identity issues in a changing America. Early on in her career, Eng was the start-up publisher of A. magazine for Asian Americans. A corporate attorney by training, Eng received her J.D. from New York University School of Law.

In her lectures, Eng tackles head on the most difficult issues plaguing our society. With humor and heart, she empowers lecture audiences with her uplifting message of the individual’s ability to create social change.

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