I’m available for freelance writing, speaking, and workshop facilitation. Fill out the contact form below to schedule a free 30 minute inquiry call.
I’d love to support you and your organization.
ADDITIONAL CLIENTS: Flatiron Health, Asian American Bar Association, Progressive Asian American Christians, Leading Educators, En Conjunto, Lyrical Opposition, Columbia University, Northwestern University, University of Michigan, Cal State University Los Angeles, Texas State University, Mills College, San Francisco State University, Evergreen Valley College
Keynotes, Trainings, & Workshops
I offer keynotes, trainings, and workshops specific to your needs and goals. As an educator, youth organizer, and former minister, I am highly experienced in and passionate about creating hospitable learning environments for diverse groups to engage with complex and difficult topics.
I am available for a series or single workshops on the following topics:
- Centering Asian American Narratives and Combating Anti-Asian Hate
- Confronting Anti-Blackness in Asian American Communities
- Asian Americans and Racial Justice
- Black and Asian Solidarity
- Asian American History, Racial Consciousness, and Interracial Solidarity
- Queer Asian American Identities and Spirituality
- Asian American Feminist Activism
- Women of Color Feminisms
- Storytelling and Zine-Making
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"Bianca is the voice that Texas needs. She hosted a workshop for our organization discussing Anti-Asian Violence and Racial Justice, and everyone LOVED it. She was an eloquent and knowledgeable speaker. Her presentation was comprehensive, insightful, and relatable. She is a clear expert in this area. We had a 20 min Q&A at the end and many members asked thoughtful, candid questions, which really helped create an authentic discussion. Everyone was raving about her at the end of the presentation. We loved her so much that we will be inviting her back to host another workshop in a few months."Catharine Y., Diversity & InclusionAsian American Bar Association of Houston | Houston, TX
"Bianca led in a way that was rooted in connection, compassion, and understanding. I appreciated being able to touch base and check-in with her regarding our students' needs and how we could work together to meet them. Overall, the space we shared with Bianca encouraged our students to reflect on history of mass movements, organizing in solidarity, and empowered them to identify ways that they can create change. If given the opportunity, we would love to work with Bianca again!"Chris D., Coordinator, Cross Cultural Centers, University-Student UnionCalifornia State University, Los Angeles
"Bianca was one of the first external speakers we hosted for a corporate Employee Resource Group event. In the hour-long session, Bianca educated our team on the historical and societal framework surrounding anti-Asian discrimination. Her engaging, knowledgeable, and fact-based presentation prompted thoughtful discussion both during and after the session. Personally, I was introduced to new ideas that have re-framed my view on racial identity and proactively pushed me to seek out more information. Beyond the content, Bianca was extremely easy to work with, from meeting logistics to invoicing."Kelly A., Senior Research ManagerNewell Brands | Atlanta, GA
"Bianca offered a month syllabus of reading + 2 hour webinar on APIDAs & race for a group of 25-30 progressive APIDA Christians for our educational program. Bianca was responsive, communicative, and a pleasure to work with. Her webinar was, in the words of one participant, "informative & powerful." In particular, participants enjoyed how Bianca weaved in parts of her own journey into the material at hand & how she made concepts relevant & accessible. Bianca's webinar and syllabus were really grounding & educational, especially for folx who are just starting in their journeys of decolonizing/learning more about transformative racial justice!"Jee Soo K., Fellowship CoordinatorProgressive Asian American Christians
"University of Michigan’s Asian American High School Conference reached out to Bianca because she was an Asian American activist with values that we believe best match ours. Listening to Bianca's experiences and advice provided both encouragement and a learning experience for the high schoolers that attended. Conference attendees were all fully engaged and inspired by Bianca's work."Travis LuUniversity of Michigan’s Asian American High School Conference | Ann Arbor, MI
"The session with Bianca was a great opportunity to connect with API colleagues and speak about some of the issues facing our race and our identities. I learned a lot from Bianca's presentation about the Asian-American history and experience, and I'm grateful to increase my knowledge and awareness. I feel inspired to continue my learning journey!"Abby B., DEI Communications & Engagements ManagerThe Nature Conservancy