Chi Nguyễn (she/her/hers) leads narrative change, storytelling, and communications at Einhorn Collaborative, a non-profit foundation working to address the crisis of connection in the U.S.Previously, she was the Managing Director of Strategic Communications at The Bronx Defenders. During her tenure in New York City government, Chi served as a Senior Advisor at the NYC Racial Justice Commission working to dismantle structural racism within the NYC Charter and advance racial equity for New Yorkers. While at the NYC Mayor’s Office, she worked on key Mayoral policies and programs, civic engagement to combat environmental racism, digital accessibility for people with disabilities, and language access for immigrant New Yorkers. She co-founded the first annual NYC Digital Inclusion Conference to provide hands-on workshops and networking opportunities for digital workers in public and private sectors on internet human rights, digital accessibility, and inclusion by design. Chi has worked extensively with brands, non-profit organizations, and the NYC government to shift mindsets on tough issues, galvanize national and international audiences to take action, and advocate for equity and justice in and outside the workplace. Chi is also a practicing and teaching artist in The Bronx who uses weaving and community-based art projects to talk about racial justice, immigrants’ rights, reproductive justice, and economic justice.