Vivian Gietz is a 25-year-old bisexual woman, writer, feminist, and activist. A communications and administrative professional, she graduated from the University of British Columbia, Okanagan campus with a Bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing and a minor in Gender and Women’s Studies.

Vivian explores queer and feminist perspectives on mental health and spirituality through her writing, work, and everyday life. Her passions are notably demonstrated in her work at Charlford House, a women’s addictions treatment home. Among other accomplishments, she has successfully secured over $27,000 of grant funding for Charlford House and had several articles published in the Burnaby Now newspaper.

Vivian’s creative perspective allows her to navigate both personal and professional situations with an emphasis on diversity, inspiration, and spirituality. Her other interests include fashion, coffee, and Taylor Swift. She currently resides in Vancouver, BC with her beloved cats, Baby and Theodosia.