Niem Huynh (黄可柔), Concordia University
Dr. Niem Huynh is an educator and geographer by training and applies these skills as she supports graduate students in their professional trajectories. Her diverse professional experience spans different positions within the university and nonprofit sectors, in the USA and Canada. Her curiosity sees her learning to juggle, perfecting the butterfly stroke and improving her Français (while maintaining her Cantonese and English tongues).
Lily House Peters, California State University, Long Beach
Dr. Lily House Peters is assistant professor of sustainability science and the undergraduate advisor in the department of geography at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB). She is a broadly trained human-environment geographer with expertise in political ecology, digital geography, water security, biodiversity conservation, and the human dimensions of global environmental change. She is an active member of the regional Association of Pacific Coast Geographers (APCG), having served as the co-chair of the Women’s Network for five years.