Organizing Lead and trainer, Chatham Organizing for Racial Equity (she/her/hers) Stephanie Terry is a Race Equity Community Organizer, activist, and advocate. She was the Founding Organizer for Justice United in Community Effort and also Industrial Areas Foundation organization. She is also co-founder of Organizing Against Racism-Orange County, a Racial Equity Institute Affiliate. Stephanie’s extensive training in community organizing includes Non-Violent Communication and Emotional Intelligence for Effective Leadership. She has also spent many years in training with Racial Equity Institute. Stephanie was the Lead Organizer for the Campaign for Racial Equity in Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools where she led a campaign to address the achievement gap; the recommendations from the campaign were adopted by the school board. Stephanie has also contracted with The Durham Health Department as a Race Equity Consultant/Facilitator for Sugar Smart Durham.