Kimberley Wong (黄壯慈) is a queer Chinese Canadian femme whose work mirrors the intersections of her identity. She has been recognized by the city and the province for her accomplishments in climate justice and multiculturalism, and her work continues to evolve beyond this. Kimberley currently sits as the Chair of the City of Vancouver's Chinatown Legacy Stewardship Group, where she is putting her passion for crafting culturally appropriate and progressive policy to use. In addition to this, she finds thrill and inspiration in the challenges that campaign organizing brings, having built and executed campaigns since the age of 16. She is finding ways to bridge her education in urban geography and feminist theory with historic and contemporary experiences of racism, sexism, and homophobia. She sees through the lenses and experiential knowledge of living as a renter, being an independent contractor in a precarious work landscape, and of a descendant whose ancestors have long histories organizing and change making for marginalized populations on this land.