Edie Grauer, MSW, is a seasoned non-profit executive, educator and change agent whose work has focused with an anti-racist lens on promoting empowerment, inclusion and self-determination of people who have been oppressed and disenfranchised. She has extensive experience in the areas of homelessness, criminal and juvenile ‘justice’, child welfare, substance abuse and addiction, and HIV/AIDS. Edie taught at several NJ colleges and universities and designed and implemented training in community-based agencies. In addition to her work with CRJE, Edie is an anti-racism trainer and board member with Center for the Study of White American Culture (CSWAC), and is involved in anti-racist curriculum development with Rutgers Graduate School of Education. A proud lesbian mom of two young adults, Edie enjoys jewelry making, gardening, and being a life-long learner.