Kymberley Feltham is an educator, arts administrator, performance critic, and community organizer living and working in Tkaronto, Canada. As a Performance Studies doctoral candidate, Kymberley is interested in the performance practices of South African contemporary dance and theatre makers, who create in the contexts of post-apartheid change and development. Her research focuses on these performance practices as agents of social change, specifically looking at how socio-political issues are embodied and disseminated through contemporary dance and theatre.  She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Contemporary Dance from Concordia University in Montreal in 2005, and a Master of Arts (MA) in Communication Studies from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo in 2009. Her PhD research was funded by the Department of Theatre and Performance Studies at York University in Toronto. Kymberley is currently a working-group member of Mass Culture-Mobilisation Culturelle, an arts service organization working towards equitable mobilization of arts and culture research.