Liz Kleinrock creates curricular content for K–12 students around issues of diversity, equity and inclusion, and specializes in designing engaging and accessible units of study for all ages of learners. She began her career in education as an AmeriCorps volunteer teacher in Oakland, California in 2009, and has since served as both a classroom educator and diversity coordinator in Los Angeles. Liz also works with schools and districts throughout the United States to develop workshops and trainings for adults that support culturally responsive practices that fit the needs of specific communities. In 2018, Liz received the Teaching Tolerance Award for Excellence in Teaching, and she has written for Heinemann Publishing, Teaching Tolerance, ASCD and EdSurge on topics such as destigmatizing privilege, trauma-informed teaching, and cultivating relationships with students and families. Recently, Liz wrote and delivered a TED Talk, “How to Talk to Kids About Taboo Topics.” She is working on her first book.