Policy and Advocacy Engagement Coordinator
Pronouns: She/ Her
Christine is a 1.5-generation immigrant who grew up on Basay land in the area known as Taipei, Taiwan. With a background in journalism and communications, she comes to YWFC with experience in policy, political education, campaigns, and conflict resolution. She’s deeply committed to dismantling all systems of oppression, building collective care, and centering lived experience.
Christine’s dedication to abolitionist work and practices is rooted in a strong conviction in our ability to care for each other and in our capacity to transform. She also believes that everyone has a fundamental right to heal and to thrive. In her coordinator role, she supports the Center’s policy team in uplifting the leadership of systems-impacted folks and advancing legislation to fulfill the Freedom Charter agenda.