Merle McGee has worked with communities impacted by criminal justice, immigration and other experiences of disenfranchisement. She has extensive experience in youth development, racial justice and gender equity work. She is passionate about building multiracial inter-generational teams that foster humanistic communities. She is co-facilitator with the Anti-Racist Alliance and the co-founder of the BIPoC Project, a collective for people of color devoted to healing practices and dismantling racism and anti-blackness. Merle teaches Race in Organization course at NYU’s Wagner School of Public Service. She holds a B.F.A. from New York University and a M.S. in Non-Profit Management New School University.