Denise Ham

Denise Ham has been a facilitator for the Anti-Defamation League (ADL)’s “A World of Difference” Institute for over 20 years. She has trained students and empowered them to address issues of discrimination and bullying in their schools. In working with students and educators, she helps raise awareness of the value of cultural competency and a deeper understanding how it benefits diversity and social justice initiatives.

Currently, Denise is the Director of the Parent Leadership Initiative of Suffolk County, NY. This initiative works to identify community leaders and train them to be agents for change within their communities. Participants are given the skills to work across racial, cultural, and religious differences for the collective benefit of children and parents involved.

Denise has her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Hunter College in New York, New York.