Krystal Kavita Jagoo is a social worker, artist, and educator who prioritizes equity in all her work. She graduated from York University with a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Windsor. Since graduation, Krystal has worked in various roles in North Bay, Port Perry, and Toronto. She understood the need for an anti-oppressive practice approach towards leveling the uneven playing field societally from various clinical roles before transitioning to full-time employment in an equity office at the University of Toronto. Her passion for lifelong development is demonstrated by her past work with the board of directors at the Capitol Centre, and ongoing work serving on a Project Advisory Committee on Women's Sexual Health for the Association for South Asian AIDS Prevention. She has completed all the Level 1 Play Therapy courses and the Indigenous Awareness Training Certificate. She has taught "Justice and the Poor: Issues of Race, Class, and Gender" at Nipissing University and her articles have been featured in Huffington Post and Healthline. Her essay, “Inclusive Reproductive Justice,” was published in Volume 2 of the Reproductive Justice Briefing Book: A Primer on Reproductive Justice and Social Change. Her visual art was featured in Pandemic: A Feminist Response, and the zine, CRIP COLLAB. She has had an essay selected for Scarborough Arts' 35th Annual Juried Exhibition: Beloved Community, and Big Art Book and a memoir essay published in Radical: An Unapologetic Anthology by Women & Gender Nonconforming Storytellers of Color.