Susan Chung is a science educator and an associate director of the Co-Design Group. She is an experienced co-design artist-facilitator who coordinates co-design workshops. She has worked as an artist on urban projects in Vancouver since 1993.
Chung is the recipient of the RAIC BC Chapter Advocate for Architecture award. In 2010, she won a RAIC Foundation Bursary as co-author with Stanley King of the In 2014, she received an international Community Climate Change Fellowship sponsored by the North American Association for Environmental Education.
Tesicca Truong is the co-founder of CityHive, an organization on a mission to transform the way that young people are engaged in the planning, design, and shaping of their cities. Before co-directing CityHive, she co-founded the Vancouver School Board Sustainability Conference and kick-started Vancouver Youth4Tap, a city-wide coalition to promote tap over bottled water. She has served on the City of Vancouver’s Mayor’s Engaged City Task Force, and the Simon Fraser University Senate. She has also served as board chair of Sustainable SFU, The Starfish Canada, and the Social Art of Architecture for Youth Society of BC. In 2016, Truong was named one of Corporate Knight’s Top 30 Sustainability Leaders under 30 and the North American Association for Environmental Education’s Top 30 under 30.