Kim Woozy is an entrepreneur, community leader and advocate in the skateboarding community. She has spent the last 14 years creating brands, organizations and events that inspire, connect and empower girls and women including MAHFIA.TV, Women’s Skateboarding Alliance (WSA), Quit Your Day Job Film, The Skate Exchange Tokyo and CA State Bill AB 467 (Equal Pay for Equal Play). She currently serves as the Director of Development at Skate Like a Girl, a 501c3 community-led organization whose mission is to create an inclusive community by promoting confidence, leadership and social justice through skateboarding. Challenging who and how people skateboard, Skate Like a Girl lowers barriers to entry and brings people together regardless of age, gender, race and resources. Kim also sits on the advisory board for the Center for Sports and Social Justice at CSU East Bay and is the co-host of “Squeezing the Juice” podcast.