Naiying Xue


Pronouns: she/her

Naiying was born and raised in Mainland China, and she came to the unceded Coast Salish territories in 2016 to pursue her studies. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Simon Fraser University and a Master of Education in Adult Learning and Education from the University of British Columbia. In her previous roles, she gained valuable experience in designing, developing and implementing Indigenous Culture Safety curriculum and workshops to UBC Health Professional Programs. She recognizes the importance of considering power, privileges, prejudice, and positionality in decision-making processes, and she is deeply committed to amplifying traditionally underrepresented voices while fostering meaningful dialogue and engagement in culturally safe learning environments.

Naiying is enthusiastic about bringing her passion for education and decolonization and reconciliation work to the Centre for Dialogue and collaborating with partners and project teams to initiate critical dialogues that promote meaningful engagement and, ultimately, drive positive policy change.