Emilia Diamant is an educator, social worker, activist, and Boston native. She has taught for 15 years across the world on power and justice, whiteness, pop culture, feminism, and the arts. She graduated from New York University with a degree in Informal Urban Education and has a master’s degree in social work from UNC-Chapel Hill. She is currently the national program director at Avodah, supporting young people as they enter social justice careers. She also works with Dimensions Educational Consulting as the co-facilitator of the Jews of Color & Allies cohort, focusing on helping white women lead on racial equity and build meaningful cross-racial relationships that center Black women. Previously a group fitness instructor, she currently runs with Unnamed run crew.