Belinda Chin works for the City of Seattle Parks & Recreation Department as the Recreation Program Coordinator for Sustainable Operations overseeing the Good Food Program. The Good Food Program serves youth and adults through 135 community center programs, and involving more than one million square feet of gardens and orchards. She has served in a variety of positions in Parks & Recreation, most recently as an education program supervisor with the Environmental Education and Outdoor Learning Unit. She is active in equity and environment initiatives at work and in her volunteerism. She was featured in the November-December 2014 edition of WA Trails Association magazine as a NW Explorer. Prior to Parks & Recreation, she was a science teacher with Seattle School District, an educator for Seattle City Light, an education consultant for City of Renton and served as a National Park Service ranger.