Di Wang is the Deputy Director of the W.O.W. Project, where she leads development and communications. In this role, she collaborates across teams to mobilize resources and tell the stories of W.O.W.’s work and Chinatown community. A feminist researcher and community organizer, Di has worked in program design, donor advocacy and participatory research to move resources to the frontlines of social change. She holds a PhD in Sociology at the University of Wisconsin−Madison. Her research focuses on how LGBTQ and feminist activists mobilize art, cultural lineage and family discourse to sustain social movement.