Ph.D. student, Sociology, University of California Santa Cruz
Ki’Amber is a queer Blaxicana educator, student, artist, abolitionist, and entrepreneur from San Antonio, Texas. Since graduating from Pomona College in 2018 with a B.A. in English and Environmental Analysis, she’s done environmental justice work in Flint, Michigan through the DDCSP at the University of Michigan and in Washington, D.C. through the Roger Arliner Young Fellowship. Ki’Amber is the Founder and Director of the Charles Roundtree Bloom Project, an outdoor healing justice program for youth of incarcerated parents in San Antonio. She is currently pursuing her Ph.D. at the University of California in Santa Cruz and continuing to build out the Bloom Project.