Kimalee is an experienced social justice and organizational learning consultant, facilitator, writer, educator and researcher whose work is deeply grounded in, and informed by Black and Caribbean feminist thought and practice. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Human Rights and Law and her Master’s degree in Legal Studies at Carleton University. Kimalee specializes in the fields of legal studies, workers’ rights, gender-based and sexualized violence, anti-colonial, anti-racist pedagogies and organizational development. She has conducted qualitative and participatory research and has created and facilitated various workshops, curriculum and learning spaces across Canada, Ghana, Jamaica and Grenada. She works as a Human Rights Representative with Canada’s largest public sector union, the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), and does movement-support work with the Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID). Most recently, Kimalee worked with the Cathexis team on a project for the Association of Ontario Midwives (AOM) Benefits Trust, gathering insights from midwives across the province.