Kim Katrin is an award-winning educator, writer, artist & consultant. Recognized stateside as one of The Root's' Young Feminists to Watch', celebrated in Canada as 2016’s National Youth Role Model
and nationally as one of the 50 Most Loved Gay Canadians
.Kim is one of the owners and current member of the board for the Glad Day Book Shop, the oldest LGBT bookstore in the world.
As an educator, Kim travels around the world talking to people about justice, equity, and human rights.
A passionate speaker, public researcher, consultant and human rights educator, Kim has shared hundreds of unique resources and presentations around issues including race, ability & gender. As a social entrepreneur, she speaks to the opportunities and challenges for women in business and leadership roles. Kim welcomes difficult conversations and hosts community dialogues and shares practical strategies around ‘Sexuality & Consent’, ‘Queer & Trans Allyship’ and ‘AntiRacism & Equity’.