Moya Chang is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at California State University Fullerton, with a personal focus on how recreational activities can positively influence the mental health of kids. She has been working with youth ages 7-18 in educational, sports, and artistic capacities for the past 6 years; past jobs include Youth Rock Climbing Coach, Community College Tutor, Afterschool Programs Teacher, and Substitute Teacher. During her time as an intern for Dreams For Kids DC, she has coordinated 15 virtual collaborations with local and global disability-focused organizations, taught 5 DFKDC Digital Zoom Clinics, and achieved 600 followers on the DFKDC Los Angeles Branch Instagram (DFK_LA) in less than 5 months. She is most excited to expand the reach of Dreams For Kids DC's mission to Los Angeles and beyond. Moya consistently strives to create ability- inclusive environments, in person and digitally, so that youth can have a safe space to achieve their personal goals. The “special magic” that can be felt when she witnesses her students growing and believing in themselves is why it has been so rewarding for her to work with youth for all these years.