Kaitlin believes the knowledge exchange of seeds and food is vital to community healing. As a student of Social Justice Education, Kaitlin believes that we need to re-create our food system for sustainable and equitable futures, and BIPOC youth must lead these changes. She sees growing our own food to be a portal for action- around Filipina/o/x-Indigenous relationship rejuvenation, settler responsibilities, and healing community trauma through decolonial and futurist frameworks. Kaitlin is passionate about building good relations with one another, across communities and oceans. As she is a lifelong student who is addicted to inquiry and research, during her free time you can find her reading, tending to her balcony garden, watching cute animal videos, travelling, or listening to podcasts.