Vera Chok is a writer, actor and artist. Co-author of the award-winning and best-selling collection of essays documenting what it’s like to be a person of colour in the UK today, The Good Immigrant, Vera also writes for The Guardian. As an actor she has been part of the National Theatre Company, the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company, and was an original cast member of the multiple Olivier-winning, Chimerica. Her work employs comedy and empathy. Vera is a Trustee of Arts Admin, a producing house for artists, Tete a Tete, the world’s largest community for new opera, and is also an ambassador for Fearless Futures, a female-led social justice training programme.