Whitney Knox Lee is a civil rights attorney and racial equity consultant who actively works to advance the lives of people living in poverty and people of color. She works to protect the civil rights and dignity of incarcerated persons and supports this community through legal advocacy and litigation. Additionally, Whitney has a sincere interest in promoting anti-racism, racial equity, and inclusion in the law, in the workplace and beyond. To this end, Whitney teaches principals of anti-racist and racial justice advocacy to attorneys and advocates, and tools to help foster cultural humility and inclusivity within the workplace and amongst legal professionals. Whitney is a 2020 Fellow of the Shriver Center on Poverty Law Racial Justice Institute and a 2018 graduate of the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorney’s (GABWA) Judicial and Public Officer Academy. Whitney is a double graduate of Seattle University, where she earned her B.A. in Social Work (2009) and her J.D. (2013).