Leslie Mac is a Brooklyn-born and -raised organizer and founder of the Ferguson Response Network. A seasoned digital strategist and communications expert—via her firm, LM Consulting—she helps her clients create diverse, imaginative campaigns and branding that are action-oriented and impact-focused on inclusivity and justice-minded content.
Leslie was the founding chair of the Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism Organizing Collective Board and former Communication Director for The Frontline.
In 2016, Leslie co-founded Safety Pin Box, which was featured in New York Magazine, The Daily Show, Vice News, and more. She has been named to Essence Magazine’s list of 100 Woke Women, BlogHer’s 2017 Voice of the Year for Impact, and a 2020 Election All-Star by BET.
She also speaks nationally and conducts antiracism audits and training to support institutions in the work of dismantling systemic white supremacy. Recent clients include Google, Articulate, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amazon, Meadville Lombard Theological School, Canvas8, and The Advancement Project.
You can read more about her personal story in this Essence magazine feature.