Lisa Graustein graduated Harvard College with a degree in Social Anthropology and middle and high school teaching certificates. After five years in middle and high school classrooms, Lisa spent three years as the regional high school youth director for the Quakers in New England before teaching in India. Since 2007, she has been a teacher and administrator at Codman Academy, a small charter high school in Dorchester. Also starting in 2007, Lisa has served as co-trainer for Beyond Diversity 101 and an instructor for White People Challenging Racism: Moving from Talk to Action. Lisa has served on the boards of a number of local non-profits, all focusing on peace, social justice, and education. She has also served on her family’s foundation, the William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund, since 2000.

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