Kimalee moves through this world as a doula, a secret poet and holder of space and emergence. She is an experienced social justice and organizational learning consultant; a facilitator, writer, educator and researcher with over 10 years of experience. Her work is deeply grounded in, and informed by Black queer feminist thought and practice and healing justice frameworks. After working in the international feminist movement world for over 5 years at the Association for Women's Rights in Development, she shifted her energies to consulting and organizing and now currently sits on the Board of Trustees with the Groundswell Community Justice Trust Fund and is a facilitator with Bloom Consulting and the Toronto Jam team. She organizes with the Caribbean Solidarity Network and works as a National Human Rights Representative with the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE).