Wynonna (she/her) is a Chinese-Indonesian woman who is passionate about the intersectionality between racial and cultural identities and mental health. She completed her master’s degree in clinical counseling and art therapy from Adler University in Chicago. She is currently working with adults with mood and anxiety disorders at Pathlight in Seattle. Wynonna identifies as a Third Culture Kid (TCK); she was born and raised in Indonesia, moved to Singapore during her high school years, and immigrated to the United States in the pursuit of higher education. As a TCK, she experiences the complexities of holding multiple cultural identities that play a role in her sense of self and belonging within a community, which are essential factors to her mental well-being. Growing up, mental health was a highly stigmatized topic within her family and communities. Wynonna learned about the importance of mental health during her college years, and this sparked her interest in pursuing a career within the field. She is passionate about advocating for BIPOC’s mental health through community engagement and outreach.