Administrative Staff

Administrative Manager
Graduate Programs Assistant
Communications + Community Liaison

Jen Sung, also goes by artist name Jen Sungshine, is a queer Taiwanese artist-activist based in Vancouver, BC. A facilitator by trade, she works with creative technology and social justice media through Love IntersectionsOur City of ColoursOut in Schools and UBC’s Social Justice Institute. Jen’s artistic practice involves learning through unlearning; and instead of calling you out, she wants to call you in, to make artful social change with her. In the audience, she looks for art in your interruption. // //

CampOUT! Camp Director

Anna White lives on the unceded ancestral land of the Musqueam, Squamish, Sto:lo, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. She has a BFA from Emily Carr University of Art + Design, with a focus on fine arts, feminist, queer, and post-colonial theories. As the Camp Director for UBC’s CampOUT! ( she works in collaboration with a diverse spectrum of students, faculty, alumni and communities to support learning, leadership, mentorship and community engagement.

CampOUT! Project Assistant

David is a fourth year UBC student in the Faculty of Arts studying political science, sociology, and international relations. He is born and raised on the traditional and unceded territory of the Coast Salish nations. David is enthusiastic about meta leadership (fostering leadership in others) and is absolutely obsessed with RuPaul’s Drag Race (you should watch it) and ultimate frisbee. As the new Project Assistant for CampOUT!, David is looking forward to creating a positive, inclusive, and fun experience for queer, trans, and two-spirit youth. He is excited to learn and challenge himself and would love to sit down and have a coffee to talk about anything, anytime!

CampOUT! Project Assistant

Naheed Jadavji is pursuing a degree in Psychology and GRSJ, with a strong passion to center intersectional feminist values and practices in everyday life and healing practices. She wishes to strive to create, inclusive and accessible spaces for communities to not only heal, but resist, translate, transform, and flourish.