ALCHEMIST OF ANCESTRAL SERVICES
 

MO PHÙNG

"Hello / Xin chào / Bonjour, I’m Mo. I am a Việt/Người Kinh second-generation immigrant who was born in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. My contracts can include services that centre intersectional environmentalism, decolonizing STEM, racial and climate justice, 2SLGBTQIA+ and gender equity, and anti-racism and oppression."

QUICK INFORMATION
 

HERE'S A QUICK OVERVIEW OF THEIR PROFILE.

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PRONOUNS

They / Them

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IDENTITIES

Racialized, Gender-queer, Non-binary

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LOCATION

Kjipuktuk (Halifax, Nova Scotia)

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LANGUAGE

English, French

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EXPERTISE

Intersectional Environmentalism, Decolonization of Science, 2SLGBTQIA+ and Gender Equity, Climate Justice, Intersectional Research, Policy Audits, Training, Speaking, Photography

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PAST WORK

Community Specialist at Ocean Bridge at Ocean Wise, Co-Founder and Director at Oceans Week HFX, Coordinator at Circularity Forum

A SHORT BIOGRAPHY

SOME REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD LOVE THEM
AS MUCH AS WE DO.

Mo Phùng (They/Them) is a gender-queer Việt/Người Kinh second-generation immigrant who was born in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. They are a Marine Biologist, Ocean Technologist, visual artist, and photographer based in Kjipuktuk (Halifax). They currently work as an Alchemist of Ancestral Services at Future Ancestors Services and are a National Advisory Council Member of the Platform, a civic leadership platform for Black, Indigenous, and racialized young women and gender-diverse youth. 

They were a Co-founder of Oceans Week HFX, a youth-led initiative that supports the growing ocean community through relationship building, youth engagement and connecting community members with local businesses and organizations.

Mo graduated from Dalhousie University with a Bachelor of Science in Marine Biology and from Nova Scotia Community College with an Advanced Diploma in Oceans Technology. During this time they travelled to Mozambique to complete an internship in Underwater Photography. Their personal and creative work processes extend into documentary portraiture, visual art, underwater realms and dreamscapes. They are currently working on projects connecting her practices with the complexities of gender identities and existences within the Asian diaspora.

CONNECTING

CHECK OUT THEIR TAYHKAY DI MIYOOTOOTOW - DIRECTIONS OF RESPECT - BEFORE REACHING OUT TO THEM.
 

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RESPECT

2 weeks notice for contracts; honour a 4 day work week

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TIME ZONE

Atlantic Standard Time

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BEYOND THE BIO INTERVIEW
 

WE'RE SO MUCH MORE THAN A TITLE AND CV.
 

Mo Phùng Speaks on Oceans and Ancestry

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BOOKING A CONSTELLATION STAR

SENDING A SERVICE REQUEST

Photo by / par Larissa Crawford