Chinatown Community
Children's Center

Master/Lead Teachers

Jeannie Lim, B.A. Master Teacher

Jeannie  enjoys  reading, eating, swimming, traveling, hanging out with family and friends. Her enjoyment working in Early Childhood has been very enriching throughout the years.   She is amazed by how much learning personally and professionally this field is teaching her.  She is also  very grateful to be with supportive Board and Staff Members who are  dedicated, caring, and conscientious in  working together for our children, families, and the community.   As the saying goes, "it takes a village to raise a child."


CCCC maintains a roster of qualified teachers who, on average, have over 10 years of experience and are part of the family at the Center.

Janet Lui, B.A., Teacher

Janet Lui was graduated from Chinese University of Hong Kong with a Bachelors degree in Early Childhood Education. She has been working in Hong Kong as a Kindergarten teacher for over 10 years and she loves working with children.

Nancy Yang, A.A., Teacher

Nancy was born in Canton, China. She is fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin and English. She graduated from City College of San Francisco with a major in Child Development and has been teaching since 1994. She has four adult children and enjoys gardening on the weekends. A few other hobbies are origami and singing. She loves her students and her job very much.

ShiHong (Kelly) Zeng, A.A.,Teacher

ShiHong (Kelly) Zeng, got an Associate Degree in Early Child Development from City College of San Francisco.  She is currently a Preschool Teacher at Chinatown Community Children's Center and has been in the field of Early Childhood Education for 9 years with a passion for children’s learning and care.  She enjoys being a valuable addition to the team at CCCC where she can help young children learn in a fun, creative, and safe environment, and contribute to their growth.

Yupi Zhen, Teacher

Yupi Zhen was graduated from San Francisco State University majored in Child and Adolescent Development with a site supervisor permit . Before achieving her Bachelors degree, she got an A.A. degree in City College of San Francisco with major in Child Development and a teacher permit. She can speak fluent English, Cantonese and Mandarin. After being an Elementary School teacher for ten years in China, She found her talent and interest in working and interacting with children. She considers teaching as her long term career. She likes cooking and traveling during spare time. Cherry Zhou, A.A, Teacher

Jenny Mai,Teacher

Jenny M was graduated from San Francisco State University with a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education and received a site supervisor permit. She started working as a substitute teacher in different children’s center since 2016. She joins CCCC since 2018 and she speaks Cantonese, Mandarin, Kaipingnese, and English fluently. She enjoys doing art and craft, singing, and dancing with the children. She loves seeing the children faces lighten up and ask questions as they learn new things in the classroom. In the future, she hopes to build positive relationships with children, families, and staffs in CCCC.

Jenny Huang,Teacher

Jenny graduated in San Francisco State University with double major of Children Adolescent Development and Chinese. She had been with CCCC for since 2018. She worked at another center for 2 years before she joins CCCC. Previously, she worked in two head start program.  She enjoys working with children, and hope to bring in her experiences to benefit the children in CCCC.  She speaks Cantonese, Mandarin and English

Peggie Zhao,Teacher

She worked at another preschool before she joined CCCC in 2016.. She was very patient to each of the children and love working with them.  She hopes to bring happiness to every child in CCCC.  She speaks fluent Cantonese and Mandarin.

Cherry Zhou,Teacher

Cherry was born in Guangzhou, China receiving BA degree with major in Business English from Guangzhou University. She changed her major to Child Development in the United States and was graduated at City College of San Francisco in Child Development in 2017. She works with the age group of 2-4 yrs. old for 3 years before she came to CCCC. She joins the CCCC teaching team in 2018 and loves to help children learning in a fun and safe environment. She loves to play and sing with the children. She speaks Cantonese, Mandarin and English.

Jinhua (Katrina) Jiang, Teacher

Katrina came from Canton, China and fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin, and English. She graduated with honors from San Francisco State University and majored in Child and Adolescent Development. She joined CCCC in 2018, and she loves learning new things every day.   She learns on how to better interacts with children, be open-minded, and help children learning on how to develop both mental and physical comprehensive development.

Amy Lee, Teacher

Amy was born in Hong Kong.  Her family immigrated to San Francisco when she was 8.  Children have always naturally been drawn to her, but it wasn't until her daughter was born that she realized she loved being around children. She studied Child Development at City College of San Francisco, and is enjoying all the learning opportunities available.

Jackie Li, Teacher

Jackie was born and grew up in Hong Kong. She graduated from Skyline College in 2009 majoring in Early Childhood Education. She also has a Child Development Site Supervisor Permit, teaching at the preschool classroom for eleven years.

Cindy Su, Teacher

Cindy graduated from San Francisco State University. She was working at Kai Ming Head Start for two years. She enjoyed working with children. Her goal as a teacher is to apply her knowledge, experiences and skills that would benefit the families and children. She speaks Cantonese, Mandarin and English.

Foster Grandparents

CCCC is in collaboration with the SF Foster Grandparent Program, which helps children learn to read, provides one-on-one tutoring, and guides children at a critical time in their lives. Put simply, they give the kind of comfort and love that sets a child on the path toward a successful future. In addition, this intergenerational assistance is respected and adds a family flavor to the program. CCCC usually has 3-4 grandparents present on a daily basis.

Summer Youth Employment Program Staff and Selected Volunteers

Youth between the ages 14-21, who are residents of the City and income-eligible, are provided career and educational services and work experiences/training. They receive services that include: employment/work readiness, career exploration and guidance, occupational skills training, tutoring/computer training, college preparation/leadership, counseling/mentoring and alternative high school services.

Specialists / Consultants / Outside Resources

CCCC has partnerships with various local organizations who assist us with the development of children, parental needs, as well as enrichment activities for our school.

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