Dohee Kim - San Francisco
Dohee Kim (she/hers) is deeply interested in community building from the ground, focusing on areas that impact racial justice, sexuality justice, gender equity, and affordable housing advocacy. As a UC Berkeley Alumna with a BA in Sociology, she designed her final research project (Honors Thesis) on the occupation of Indigenous sacred land and student housing issues. Her passion for more affordable housing has led her to represent District 7 in Berkeley as one of the City Commissioners for the Zoning Adjustments Board. Dohee shares experience working in the non-profit sector (YWCA Berkeley/Oakland), journalism (The Daily Californian), union work (Teamsters Local 2010), and human rights research (UC Berkeley’s Human Rights Center). She is currently serving as a Legal Assistant at Berkeley Law in hopes of applying her experience and skill-set to meet community-based needs. During her free time, she enjoys playing music and jamming with friends.