Brittany Palmer


Social media sensation Conscious Lee isn’t your typical Professor, Education Consultant, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Professional and you don’t want him to be.

The Bryan, Texas Native has over 2 million followers on social media, being named YouTube Content Creator Choice of The Year 2022. Mr. Lee has a virtual presence that impacts many as a current Young Turks Contributor and apart of YouTube
Black Voice Creator Class of 2022. This intellectual debating, hip hop dancing, thought-provoking, and workshop facilitating keynote speaker proves that Black intellectuals don’t have to play respectability politics to deliver a message that resonates. Conscious has over 9 years of experience in education and over 6 years of experience in consulting.

Lee is Husband, Father, and Professor at Widener University who holds a bachelor’s degree in African & African American Studies and a Master’s degree in Human Relations as well as a Master’s degree in Adult Higher Education. He also has Graduate Certificates in Women and Gendered Studies and Human Resource and Diversity Development from the University of Oklahoma. . 

During his time at the University of Oklahoma he managed to walk onto the Policy Debate team beginning as a Novice and ended his Policy Debate career as #5 in the country in 2014,  being named in the top 20 College Policy Debaters “Hall Of Fame” of the past decade. Conscious is also a former Championship College Debate Director and Coach at The University of Oklahoma where he also taught Diversity Inclusion, Social Work and courses of social media and Social Issues.

As if he doesn’t have enough to do, Conscious runs his own online courses at Conscious University, is on the Content Advisory Board for the new hot app “Fanbase”, a cohost on the popular growing podcast “The Chop Up Show”. Racking up millions of views, the content creator’s videos have been shared by and worked with TikTok, Human Rights Campaign, Democracy Now, YouTube, BET, and others. He’s also been featured in Forbes, Essence, the Washington Post, Yahoo Life, The Atlantic, and The New York Times.