Eileen Lee, B.A. in Design
she/they, Communications Consultant
Eileen Lee (she/they) is the Communications Consultant for the Dean's Suite in Woodring College of Education at Western Washington University. They are a strong advocate for BIPOC and queer liberation and education. Eileen is a graphic designer, web designer, photographer, and multi-faceted artist.
Eileen is a 2021 graduate from Western Washington University with a major in Design and a minor in Sociology. During their time as an undergraduate, she was a Lead Graphic Designer for Compass 2 Campus at WWU, a youth-mentoring program focused on improving access to higher education for BIPOC and first generation college students. Originally from New York, Eileen is a proud second generation Korean-American born to two immigrants from the Gyeonggi province in South Korea. She is also a first generation college graduate.
BA in Design (minor in Sociology), Western Washington University
Degree with Highest Honors, Camas High School
- Social justice
- Access to higher education for first-generation students
- Queer acceptance liberation
- Asian-American rights
- Women's rights
- Youth advocacy
- Community-based mental health
Honors and Awards
Student Employee of the Year Award, 2020, Nominated | Compass 2 Campus, WWU
Distinguished Volunteer and Leader, 2016 | National Honor Society