Grace Lee, MPA
Grace joined LFA in 2015 with a background in public arts programming and education. She is passionate about programs that contribute to strong, sustainable, and vibrant communities. Her LFA project work spans a number of issue areas, including early education, arts and community engagement, and population and reproductive health. Grace has extensive experience designing and implementing high quality research and evaluation tools, and using findings to support clients in strengthening their programs.
Prior to joining LFA, Grace developed and produced multidisciplinary arts programming in New York City, Houston, and Los Angeles. Her background also includes managing special projects for a charter school management organization.
In her free time, Grace loves exploring the outdoors – both nature and the built environment, struggling through crossword puzzles, and cuddling other people’s pets.
Bachelor of Arts, Visual Arts Media, University of California, San Diego
Master of Public Administration, Public and Nonprofit Management and Policy, New York University
Selected Project Experience
Developmental and Systems Change Evaluation of Sonoma County’s Upstream Investments Policy Initiative
Evaluation of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation’s Population and Reproductive Health Program, US Subprogram
Community Needs Assessment for the City of San Francisco’s Department of Children, Youth, and Families
Evaluation of YBCA:You and YBCA: All Access Community Engagement Programs
Evaluation of Sustainable Conservation’s PlantRight Annual Spring Nursery Survey
Evaluation of the Working to Institutionalize Sex Education (WISE) Initiative