Kimm Topping is a youth worker, educator, public speaker, researcher, and writer. Kimm has delivered workshops and assemblies to over 10,000 people in Massachusetts and across New England.
After coming out as bisexual in middle school in Massachusetts, Kimm was motivated by the challenges of their youth to create change. They founded the first GSA in their town and became the first in their family to attend college. Since, Kimm has dedicated their work to uplifting the voices and leadership of youth leaders through youth programming, trainings for adults, and writing.
Kimm is available for trainings and workshops at your school, non-profit, company, or community group. Learn more about Kimm’s services here.
Mapping Feminist Cambridge: Inman Square. Cambridge Women’s Commission (2019).
Identity, Relationships, and Media: An Activity Guide for Cambridge’s Youth-Serving Programs. Cambridge Women’s Commission (2017).
“On a lively tour, reminders of feminist history in Cambridge,” Boston Globe, 2019
“Language Strategies for Creating Inclusive Environments,” TSNE MissionWorks, 2019
“Meet Kimm Topping and Minh Nguyen of kyriQ in Cambridge,” Boston Voyager, 2018
“Middle Schoolers Talk Women in the Media and More at Free Program by Tutoring Plus,” Cambridge Day, 2017
“Beauty Beyond the Binary: A Photo Series of Non-Binary Identities,” Rainbow Times, 2016