Kimberley Wong


Kimberley Wong is a climate action activist who prides herself on being a go-getter full of optimism and perseverance. She is an avid jogger and enjoys hiking, skiing, road cycling, and snowshoeing. Kimberley has experience as a project manager of an Ugly Food Campaign (2014) that has been exhibited at Hubbub 3 by CityStudio in Vancouver City Hall and at the Solid Waste Management of North America Conference Pacific’s Chapter. She also volunteers part time as a guest lecturer at Langara College in an environmental studies class to help give students a better grasp of environmental problems and solutions (2014). With Kids For Climate Action, Kimberley acted as co-director (2013) and mentor (2015), organizing street canvassing events for a youth-powered petition against the Enbridge Pipeline that rendered 2000 personal signatures, helped arrange for 100 people to ride from Vancouver to Victoria on a bike to protest the Enbridge Pipeline (Ride For Our Future), and worked with Port Metro Vancouver to discuss the Fraser Surrey Docks coal expansion project. She also worked with the Ministry of Environment as a Youth Climate Action Analyst (2014). Additionally, with the Vancouver School Board Sustainability Conference, she acted as Master of Ceremonies (2013) on the day of the event, and as a key planning team member leading up to the conference (2012). Other achievements include her high school Sustainability Award, the district Michael Shultz Performing Arts Award, The Student Council Character Award, and the Fine Arts Award.       @KimberleyLW