Kimiko Inouye is the Director of Collective Bargaining Services at the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations (OCUFA) where she provides tactical and strategic bargaining guidance to member associations. More specifically, she is responsible for providing critical analysis of, and direction on, salary, pension, benefit and other terms and conditions; assisting faculty associations to access and achieve desired outcomes through third-party processes; analyzing and advising on relevant legislation and government policy; and supporting the development of effective association structures and processes related to bargaining and member mobilization. Previously she served in several research roles, most recently as the Research Officer in Collective Bargaining Services at the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario where she supported local and central negotiations. Kimiko has also worked in a research capacity at OCUFA, the Service International Employees Union, and the Polaris Institute.