Field consultant Kristine Kwok is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, who attended UC Berkeley for both her MSW in 2005 and her BA in Asian American Studies with a minor in Spanish in 2001. Kristine first learned the power of organizing for social justice from her undergraduate studies of the Civil Rights Movement and the Third World Liberation Movements. After graduating with her BA, she wanted to continue the fight for social justice for immigrant communities and worked as a Spanish-speaking case manager at Asian American Recovery Services in San Jose, and decided social work was the right career path for her. Once she obtained her MSW with a focus on Community Mental Health, Kristine continued the social justice value of advocacy for the mental health needs of vulnerable communities at the County of San Mateo Behavioral Health and the County of Marin Behavioral Health. Kristine currently works as a Spanish-speaking Behavioral Health Provider at Marin Community Clinics, providing brief trauma-focused psychotherapy with a social justice approach for the Latinx community in San Rafael.