Kristina “K” Agbebiyi is an organizer and macro social worker from Kennesaw, Georgia. They first became involved in social justice work in 2014 through a fellowship called Young People For, and since then they have served as an organizer for numerous grassroots organizations such as GetEQUAL, and larger nonprofits like Planned Parenthood. Most of their work centers around racial justice, gender justice, and prison abolition. While in graduate school they created and co-organized an annual racial justice conference called Building Power, and they were recognized as National Association of Social Workers MI Student of the Year.
K graduated from Kennesaw State University in 2017 with a degree in Human Services: Nonprofit Administration. In 2019, they earned their Masters of Social Work from the University of Michigan School of Social Work with a concentration in Social Policy and Evaluation, and they also received the Rackham Graduate School Scholar Activism Award. When they’re not at work, K enjoys, reading, spending time with friends, and organizing with the prison abolition group Survived and Punished.