Claudia Leung serves on the Community Investments team at the San Francisco Arts Commission, supporting the City and County of San Francisco’s legislative mandate to grant funds to San Francisco artists and arts nonprofits rooted in the principle of Cultural Equity. Previously she was the first Digital Communications Specialist at the Oakland Museum of California, where she managed content and strategy for the website and email programs and launched of the Museum’s first institutional blog, centering stories and voices from the Oakland community. Claudia worked at the Oakland Museum of California from 2011 to 2017 serving in various capacities from membership to publicity, digital content to marketing, to editor of the Member magazine. Prior to that, she worked at several Bay Area arts and culture organizations, including the Center for Asian American Media and the Korematsu Institute, and spent two years as a museum educator at the Science Museum of Minnesota. Claudia also pursues her passions through graphic design services for women of color-owned small businesses and an emerging practice in printmaking. Throughout her life, Claudia has consistently focused on centering marginalized communities in the creation of art, media, and culture that reflects their experiences and her commitment to justice.