Lelia L. Flagg, Ph.D., LPC, K-12 Certified School Counselor- MO is currently a secondary school counselor with Parkway Schools in St. Louis, Missouri. She received her doctorate in Counseling from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Dr. Flagg also holds an Educational Specialist degree in Educational and Counseling Psychology with an emphasis on School Mental Health Practices, a Master’s degree in Educational and Counseling Psychology, and Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Her scholarly and research interests include: school counseling and consultation, critical race studies in education, school climate and student support, career development and counseling, gender inequality issues, gender identity issues, and multicultural counseling and education. Dr. Flagg is a member of the Critical Race Studies in Education Association, North Central Association for Counselor Education, America School Counseling Association, and is an active member of the Human Rights and Diversity Committee for the Missouri School Counseling Association, as well as member of the St. Louis Suburban School Counseling Association.
Dr. Flagg will be joining Claire Martin, Jennifer Culver, Suzanne Bates, and Dr. Angela Coker as a panelist in a discussion titled: "Claiming Spaces in Crooked Rooms: Black Women’s Experiences in Education."