Cali Tran is a COVID-19 Response Fellow for the Asian Pacific Islander American Health Forum. Advocating through a racial equity lens for Philadelphia’s various communities of color has been her personal and professional praxis. Her specialty lies in mezzo-level social work, particularly in qualitative research and program development and implementation in community-based organizations. Cali’s intersecting identities of being a queer, disabled, and neurodivergent daughter of Vietnamese refugees have informed causes close to her heart, including immigrant and refugee wellness, mental health, reproductive health, and domestic/interpersonal violence awareness and prevention. She holds a B.A. in Anthropology from Temple University in 2016, and a Master of Social Work degree from West Chester University in 2020. In her free time, she is a visual artist, home design enthusiast, and hobbyist anthropologist interested in foodways and cultural preservation.