Naveen Girn is a community engagement specialist + cultural historian whose work centres on intercultural dialogue and sharing history's untold stories. Naveen co-curated and researched the award-winning Bhangra.me: Vancouver’s Bhangra Story (2011) at the Museum of Vancouver, and Spectacular Sangeet (2013) at the Surrey Art Gallery. In 2014, Naveen was Project Manager for the Komagata Maru 1914-2014: Generations, Geographies and Echoes project that brought together eight institutions across Metro Vancouver to collaboratively commemorate the centennial anniversary of the Komagata Maru. He has curated art and historical exhibitions across Metro Vancouver, and is a partner at Digital Handloom, a community storytelling practice that engages with and shares untold community stories. Naveen often speaks at public and private functions about intercultural dialogue, storytelling and community engagement.