Our facilitators have one thing in common:
commitment to volunteerism and gifted related community service.
“One of our greatest freedoms is how we react to things.” – Charlie Mackesy
Dr. Lim believes social and emotional needs are often ignored or overlooked by parents and educators, yet research has shown them to be critical components for mental and physical health. Her parenting journey highlighted the importance of these areas of health, typically discounted in Asian culture.
Cherin Escher, M.A.
“Without inspiration, nothing moves…. We need to set out with a childlike conviction that anything we can imagine, we can manifest.”
Cherin has an educational background in Philosophy, Literature, and Psychology. Her passion & focus lies within family, children, education & human development.
Susan Chun, M.A., P.P.S
“Children are likely to live up to what you believe of them.” – Lady Bird Johnson
Susan is a professional school counselor and an active member of numerous state and national organizations. She earned a Masters of Arts degree in school counseling with a Pupil Personnel Services Credential. Susan brings her passion for the whole child approach and is a strong advocate for the development and well-being of children.
Amy Clark, M.S.
“If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.” -Maya Angelou
Amy Clark is a doctoral student at Bridges Graduate School studying Cognitive Diversity in Education with a focus on Innovative Leadership. She has a Certificate in Twice-Exceptional Education, a Bachelor of Science in Engineering, and a Master of Computer Science with a focus on Human Factors
“We are each other’s magnitude and bond.” – Gwendolyn Brooks
Caroline is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and Golden Gate University School of Law. She has a background in litigation, corporate law, and information privacy and left her legal career to assist her son in his educational experience as a twice-exceptional learner.