Amber Lee

EAP Program Assistant

Amber Lee (she/her) is an emerging arts organizer and storyteller currently based on the ancestral lands of the Ohlone people, also known as Berkeley, CA. Her favorite mediums to learn through and play with include food, movement, archive, and their intersections. She has worked with the California Migration Museum, Mycelium Youth Network, SF Taiwanese American Cultural Festival, and Edge on the Square to gather, break bread, un-earth and re-earth ancestral stories, and dream of life beyond empire. Amber is a co-author in the forthcoming anthology, Asian America Rising: Contemporary Activism in Theory and Practice. She received the Hutchinson Fellowship in Dance from Williams College, where she graduated with a BA in Environmental Studies with a concentration in Science and Technology Studies.