SuYoung Yun is a queer-trans Korean-American activist born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. They became politicized during the Black Lives Matter movement and started their organizing work as a Rainier Valley Corps fellow. They are passionate about uplifting the QTPOC (queer and trans people of color) community, Buddhism, and utilizing their intersectional identities for collective liberation. This is their second year as a program manager for APACEvotes.
Mathilde Xiao is a Chinese American who grew up between Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing. She holds an interdisciplinary degree in Cultural and Environmental Studies from University College London. Mathilde is passionate about civic education and racial justice, and will be serving as a community organizer for APACE during the 2019 general election period.