• Alison Lin Alison LinALISON LIN, a queer, mixed-race (Chinese-American and white) woman, has been an active volunteer with APIENC since she moved to the Bay Area three years ago. Alison currently works with ...
  • Sine Hwang Jensen Sine Hwang JensenSINE HWANG JENSEN is a queer, Asian American, mixed-race woman who began volunteering with APIENC about a year ago. Currently, Sine is a librarian at the UC Berkeley Ethnic Studies ...
  • Jean Kim Jean KimJEAN KIM, a queer, Asian-American Korean, is one of APIENC’s most active volunteers. She “got pulled into the mix” through her friendships with staff members and volunteers. As Jean became ...
  • Avery Nguyen Avery NguyenAVERY NGUYEN is a 1st generation, Viet-American, gender fluid, queer young adult who has been volunteering with APIENC through our Dragon Fruit Project and trans justice work. They are inspired and ...
  • Cynthia Fong Cynthia Fong“I think it’s really cool, seeing connections being made and in a loving way. It’s not like the organization is only invested in people to the extent which they can ...
  • Denise Huang Denise Huang  DENISE HUANG is a queer, 2nd generation Chinese American woman and current student at Mount Holyoke University, a women’s college in Western Massachusetts. Denise, as self-proclaimed “Asian American history geek,” ...
  • Shirley Hsin-I Liu SHIRLEY HSIN-I LIU was born in Taiwan and came to the US when she was three years old. She identifies as a queer Chinese American, and her preferred gender pronouns ...
  • Yifan Mai Yifan Mai YIFAN MAI identifies as a queer cis-male Chinese-Singaporean. Currently, he is a software engineer at Coursera, an education technology company. Growing up in Singapore, Yifan felt very disconnected from his queer ...
  • Team APIENC Team APIENC“Being a part of team APIENC, even for just this short while, has been a transformative process for me. I’ve learned a lot about myself and most importantly, about what I want ...
  • MLin MLinMLIN identifies as an Asian American, Chinese American, gender non-conforming person (and goes by they/theirs pronouns). After recently graduating from Chapman University, MLin moved back to the Bay Area to navigate ...