Lee Warren is Associate Director of the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning at Harvard University and Director of Professional Pedagogy for Strengthen Learning and Teaching Excellence at Harvard Kennedy School. She works on issues of group process, providing teaching support to faculty and graduate student teaching assistants, consulting with groups and individuals, leading workshops and seminars, and making videotapes for training sessions. Her particular interests center on leadership, classroom diversity, and case teaching. With a BA in Philosophy from Wellesley and a Ph.D. in English and American Literature from Stanford, she has taught at UMass/Boston and MIT. Dr. Warren was the Academic Dean of Merrimack Valley College, part of the University system of New Hampshire, and, as writing consultant, has written about social issues for numerous private, state, and non-profit organizations in the Boston Area. With Nancy Houfek, she now consults at universities and conferences around the country, with a focus on Leadership, Strategic Performance, Teaching with Cases, and Diversity in the Classroom. Lee is a proud owner of a handcrafted cedar-strip canoe.
Art and Practice of Leadership Development
Designed to engage participants as learners, teachers, and as leaders. Experienced professionals analyze a variety of leadership teaching methods and techniques.
Leadership for the 21st Century
Designed to challenge fundamental assumptions about how to courageously and effectively exercise leadership and authority for the purposes you care about most.