Based in San Francisco, Amber Yada loves using the medium of animation to change minds, and bring clarity to complex ideas.

She is a freelance animator and youth educator committed to social justice, racial equity, and media literacy. 

Amber works with organizations at the forefront of media justice, including BAYCAT (the Bayview Hunters Point Center for Arts and Technology), and Oakland Terminal Art Gallery's Youth Arts Program, which connects young artists with professional mentors.

Clients include QWOCMAP (the Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project), whose radical film festival centers voices from the margins, and Canal Alliance, whose work helps low-income, Spanish-speaking immigrants acquire the tools they need to thrive.