Chia-Lin

I’ve always been really active in women’s groups since undergrad. I breathe it in, the camaraderie, the sisterhood of being part of this community is very important to me. I’m very, very focused on supporting women of color. I’m a woman of color myself, and I spent most of my career in tech.

Evadora

I was born and raised in Singapore then we moved to LA for about 6 years. Then I moved here. I got involved with my first hackathon when I was a junior in high school, and I fell in love with being able to make things.

Rissy

Since moving from NYC to San Francisco, I've had to redefine what community looks like and means to me. I was born & raised in Brooklyn, went to a primarily white institution (PWI) for college, and came back to NYC for a couple of

Chloe

Ever since I graduated and became an adult in the real world, I’ve been looking for my place and trying to figure out where I fit in, in the context of my community and also the rest of the world. Lately that’s taken a turn towards social justice,

S.

I define community as any network of people that have something in common. That can be an identity, an interest, a need or a placement like a neighborhood. I have the trans community, the queer community, and

Jung's Automaton

When I hear the word community it kinda makes me… want something. The communities that I’ve been a part of over the years, it always felt like there was something missing.