Kim Tran is a consultant and writer who brings grassroots organizing and transformative justice approaches to the workplace. For over a decade, she has supported organizations align their external work and internal values. She began her career as a youth advocate in her community, by co-establishing the first LGBTQ YouthSpace in San Jose, California for a county of 2 million. Since then, Kim has worked with a wide range of clients, supporting each in their social justice and equity goals. Her partners have included national non-profits, premier academic institutions, and mission driven companies. Her professional work mirrors her personal dedication to radical publishing and political education. Kim’s work has been featured in NPR, Slate, and the New York Times. Kim holds a doctorate in Ethnic Studies with a Designated Emphasis in Gender and Women’s Studies from UC Berkeley. She is writing a book titled: The End of Allyship: A New Era of Solidarity.