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Siodhbhra Parkin

Siodhbhra is the Executive Director of What'SUPChina, a nonprofit organization affiliated with SupChina. She has previously worked at nonprofit organizations with programs in China that focus on issues such as gender equality, LGBTQ rights, judicial reform, and environmental justice, including the American Bar Association, Yale Law School Paul Tsai China Center, and the Global Network for Public Interest Law.

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