Multicultural activist and social entrepreneur at Mixed Up Clothing, Inc.
Sonia Smith-Kang is a multiracial activist and social entrepreneur. She is the Designer/Founder of Mixed Up Clothing, an ethnic-inspired children's fashion brand that celebrates global diversity and inclusion.
She has made several media appearances including NBC’s Today show, The Real, Fab Life, Huff Post Live, NPR, Latina Magazine and Babiekins. Sonia is a popular multicultural blogger on her site, The Mixed Up Blog. She is co-founder of Mixed Heritage Day and Multiculti Corner, a culturally diverse community of moms, dads, and caregivers for social, educational and celebratory events exploring the diversity of the world around them. She is Vice-President of Multiracial Americans of Southern California (MASC), a non-profit organization that supports multiracial families and trans-racial adoptees. Sonia is a wife and busy mom of 4, one of whom has special needs and involved in Special Olympics and Challenger Program. Additionally, Sonia holds a BS in Nursing from the University of San Francisco.