Celina Kim Chapman (she, her, hers) is a Good Shepherd Volunteer working for Good Shepherd Services Anti-Racism and Equity Branch in New York. She recently graduated from St. John's University in Queens, New York, with a bachelor's degree in English and French with minors in fashion and international studies. Her previous work includes being a university writing tutor and interning at the American School of Paris as an ESL/ELL teacher.

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A year of embracing growth as a mixed, Korean American woman

Notes from the Field - I could have been working in anti-racism and equity and denied my Korean heritage. I could have given up after every little bump in the road, but life blooms in the most unsuspecting places.

How living simply and intentionally can help you live sustainably

Notes from the Field - Here's a video of how you can continue the Earth Day momentum of appreciating nature and promoting the care of our planet.

'Life has changed, not ended': Moving forward this Easter season

Notes from the Field: I am not who I was in 2019 or in 2020. So instead of saying, "I wish life was like it was before," I am saying, "I hope life continues to progress forward."

Two weeks, two shootings and more anti-Asian hate crimes: What can I do?

Notes from the Field - If working at Good Shepherd Services has taught me anything, it's that we are allowed to feel and have our own thoughts, but we also need to consider the people we represent and our own power at the table.