Daniel Lim is a queer social change maker of Chinese descent who was born in Myanmar and raised in an immigrant, working-class family in Brooklyn, New York (Lenapehoking). These identities and the respective positions of privilege and oppression that he occupies shape his work as Founder and Principal of Daniel Lim Consulting, a social justice consulting firm that partners with organizations and communities to build regenerative and liberatory cultures. His practice is strongly rooted in the wisdom of living systems and teachings of Black- and indigenous-led liberation and sovereignty movements. Daniel’s passion in life is to advance collective liberation for all our relations, help human beings belong to the earth again and support them to live in a reciprocal, mutual care-taking relationship with each other and our more-than-human kin. He studied ecology, ecological design and community development at the University of Vermont (B.S. Natural Resources, McNair Scholar), and community-based planning, environmental justice, and disaster planning at Pratt Institute (M.S. City and Regional Planning).