Brittany Selah Lee-Bey is an educator and author based in Washington, DC. She currently oversees the reading intervention program for middle and high school students, as well as coaches and manages a debate team under the Washington Urban Debate League (WUDL). Additionally, she provides private one-on-one and small group instruction through EtymologyRules and promotes the need for effective literacy in underserved communities. When she’s not teaching, Brittany enjoys reading, writing fiction and poetry, spending time in nature, playing the keyboard, listening to good music, and TV binge watching- especially reality shows. Her favorite literary genre is Afrofuturism, reading authors such as Octavia Butler, Nalo Hopkinson and Tananarive Due. She is a graduate of the College of William and Mary (B.A. in Government and Black Studies), George Washington University (M.A.T. in Special Education) and the University of Virginia (M.Ed in Reading Instruction).