Ms. Kaimay Y. Terry is an engaged citizen in community affairs. She is an initiator and driver for the University of MN Arboretum Chinese garden under development; a successful fundraiser for political candidates and other worthy causes; and a board member of Global Minnesota, Mu Performing Arts, Chinese American Assoc of MN, Chinese Dance Theater, Perpich Center for Arts Education, Walker Art Center. Kaimay is a frequent contributor to Commentary, Star Tribune, and Minn Post on the topic of US-China affairs. She is the founder of VideoMed Inc, a producer and nationwide distributor of multi-lingual patient education programs. She has decades of programmatic and administrative work to solve problems of society from issues of immigrant health care access and work and family balance to developmental and adjustment problems of youth via Tufts University, George Washington University, Model Cities, and social service settings. Kaimay completed graduate training at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (MPH), University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration (MA), and Oberlin College. She was born and raised in Hong Kong.