Renée Boey
Founder
Educational Director
Teacher
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Rebecca Bush
Primary Division Head, Certified Reading Specialist, and Dyslexia Therapist
Chris Coetzee
Secondary Division Head Teacher
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Mei Chan 
STEM Program Director
Teacher
Student Project Advisor
Celene Chang 
Academic Coach & Teacher
Student Project Advisor
Jin Chow
Academic Coach & Teacher
Jay Poon
Center Manager
Academic Coach & Teacher
Stacy Ho
Test Prep Coach
Miriam Wong
Academic Coach & Teacher
Karen Kwok
Admissions Counselor
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Angela Stobaugh
Academic Coach & Teacher
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Chanel Phengdy
Academic Coach & Teacher
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Arpan Daryanani
Academic Coach & Teacher
Jessica Yang
Chief Operating Officer
Theodore Ma
Curriculum Advisor
Student Project Advisor
Bruce Au
Curriculum Advisor
Student Project Advisor
 
Elaine Tung
Head of Parent Teacher Association
 
Renée Boey
Founder
Educational Director
Teacher

"To experiment and venture beyond your comfort zone, to find what you love, to pursue it with discipline and verve, to find companions and mentors along the way, and ultimately, to put your own skills and passion to good use is the journey for which I hope to prepare our students.  It is a challenge, a privilege and a joy."

Renée Boey loves to teach and she loves to learn.   She caught the teaching bug as a college student when she taught at a Boston public high school for the Harvard Project for International Education and served as the Director of the Phillips Brooks House Citizenship Program that offered naturalization assistance to immigrants.  These experiences made her see the life-changing impact education can make within and beyond the classroom.  Education has long since become a profession and a passion for her.  

 

Renée’s teaching approach has been shaped by her exposure to a variety of school systems and cultures.  She enjoyed her experiences at both local and international schools growing up in Hong Kong and completed her high school education at St. Paul’s School in Concord, N.H.  The deeply formative years at St. Paul’s gave Renée the liberty to nurture her interest in many subjects and extracurricular activities as well as the opportunity to learn from a diverse community of peers and teachers.  The school’s emphasis on the arts and humanities as well as service instilled in Renée a vital appreciation for creativity, thinking from multiple perspectives along with a desire to lead a meaningful life.   These values underpin the mission of Baker & Bloom.

 

After graduating from Harvard College as an English major with a language citation in Japanese, Renée obtained an M. Phil in Renaissance Literature at Cambridge University.  She returned to Hong Kong, completed a teaching internship at St. Paul’s Co-Educational College and received her Postgraduate Diploma in Education at the University of Hong Kong.  Since then, she has coupled her passion for literature and education as a creative writing teacher, an educational consultant for schools such as St. Stephen’s College, a board member of the HKMA David Li Kwok Po College, and most rewardingly, as an IB English and Humanities teacher at The ISF Academy.  She stays connected to her US boarding school, St. Paul's School as a main form agent and also serves as a Board Director of the Harvard Club of Hong Kong. 

 

As a teacher, she has seen how the pressure of tests too often stifles the imagination and how the stress of college admissions saps the pleasure of learning.   To address these concerns, Renée and her team have done extensive research, designed original curricula, and pursued professional development to prepare young people to face these challenges with positivity, integrity, and creative confidence. 

 

Renée is excited to be harnessing her experience, skills, and passion to launch Baker & Bloom.  It is her fervent hope that Baker and Bloom will offer young people an ideal environment to grow and a community of inspiration and innovation.  

FAVORITE QUOTE
“Spring has returned. The Earth is like a child that knows poems.” – Rainer Maria Rilke

 

Rebecca Bush has loved reading and learning from a young age, inspired by her grandmother, one of the first female university Deans in the United States. Rebecca began her academic career graduating with honors from St. John's School, which is ranked as one of the top college preparatory schools in the US.
 

She went on to graduate on the Dean's List from the University of California - Berkeley, before moving to Honduras to begin work as an educator for underprivileged children. Rebecca has a Masters degree from the University of Alabama in Elementary Education, Instruction and Curriculum, as well as a Masters in Advanced Literary from Concordia University. She graduated both Masters with honors and distinctions. Rebecca has also completed advanced training courses approved by both the International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council and the International Dyslexia Association to be a Certified Academic Language Therapist.


Rebecca is a certified reading specialist, special education teacher, bilingual instructor, and dyslexia therapist with almost a decade of experience in education in Honduras, the United States, Brazil, and now Hong Kong. She spent 4 years working at two of the most recognizable international schools in Hong Kong; she was a primary classroom teacher (Y01 and Y03) and Head of Lower Primary House System at German Swiss International School and taught Y1 at French International School. She has worked not only in the classroom, but also as a mentor and trainer for new teachers, a curriculum advisor and developer, an English as a second language teacher, and a tutor. She is also trilingual, speaking Spanish and Portuguese.


She is passionate about literacy and guiding primary students towards a solid foundation in skills and knowledge, coupled with a joy of learning. Aside from her love of reading, Rebecca enjoys being around animals. She is a Grade Three Instructor with the Riding for the Disabled Association here in Hong Kong, where she is able to combine her passion for horses with her experience working with students with special needs.

 

Rebecca Bush
Primary Division Head, Certified Reading Specialist, and Dyslexia Therapist
 
Chris Coetzee
Secondary Division Head
Teacher

Chris Coetzee completed his first undergraduate degree in Music at Stellenbosch University, specializing in composition, orchestration, and singing. This was followed by a second undergraduate degree in Languages and Culture, majoring in Latin, literature, and ancient cultures.
 
He later completed postgraduate degrees in classical literature and teaching, qualifying as a senior certificate high school teacher for Latin, English, Music, and History before embarking upon an international teaching career. This has led him to teach over 30 subjects in South Africa, Germany, South Korea, and Hong Kong. 
 
Apart from teaching, he has also worked as department head, head of senior academics, pedagogy workshop leader, and educational inspector. He has worked with a wide variety of national and international curricula and most recently taught IB Latin, English and Humanities at the ISF Academy.
 
Apart from his passion in music, literature, rhetoric, and the humanities in general, Chris’s previous work as a trends analyst has given him a great interest in the future and the young people who have to face it. He also plays the organ surreptitiously and enjoys Shakespeare’s sense of humor.

FAVORITE QUOTE
"Rara temporum felicitate, ubi sentire quae velis, et quae sentias dicere licet.” – Publius Cornelius Tacitus

Translation: It is the rare fortune of these days that one may think what one likes and say what one thinks.

 

Mei Chan is an accomplished scientist and engineer who has worked in both private and public sectors and is also a passionate teacher.  With over a decade of experience working for Microsoft, Procter & Gamble, Accenture Consulting, and Lockheed Martin Space Systems (including programs with NASA!), Mei brings to the Baker & Bloom classroom real-world applications of science and a wonderful ability to make science, math and technology exciting and relevant in the everyday life of her students.  Mei completed her BS degree at UCLA with a Computer Science major and Graphics Design minor.  She continued her computer science education at Carnegie Mellon University, graduating with a 4.0 GPA in Software Engineering & Management.

Mei has accumulated over 15 years of experience teaching and working with children of all ages. Ever since she worked part-time at the Los Angeles Children's Museum in 1997, Mei has discovered and rediscovered the joys of learning, teaching and playing alongside children. Throughout her professional career, she has volunteered and taught.  She taught K-12 Discover-Engineering (www.discovere.org) classes in the school district of San Jose, California. In 2009, she moved to Hong Kong and continued her passion for education and child development through NPOs such as U-Hearts 兩地一心 (www.u-hearts.org) and Society for Community Organization 香港社區組織協會 (http://www.soco.org.hk), as well as founding Baby Spa Luxe (www.babyspaluxe.com), a first-of-its kind service, offering infant massage lessons and swimming services to babies aged 0-2.

Mei joined Baker & Bloom as an Academic Coach in 2014 and has coached IB science as well as leading 3D modeling and design projects. She left briefly to startup Baby Spa Luxe in 2015-16. True to her entrepreneurial spirit, Mei returns to Baker & Bloom in 2017 with renewed vigor to spearhead our STEM program, combining her passions for entrepreneurship and technology with education. Mei believes all complex scientific concepts can be taught in layman’s terms and she likes to start each lesson with a fun scientific experiment.
 

FAVORITE QUOTE
“We are trying to prove ourselves wrong as quickly as possible, because only in that way can we find progress.” ― Richard Feynman
 

Mei Chan
STEM Program Director
Teacher
Student Project Advisor
 
Engineering
Computer Science
Graphic Design
 
Celene Chang
Academic Coach & Teacher
Student Project Advisor

Celene Chang loves to learn and is excited to share this joy with her students. She enjoyed her years at Caltech where she received a bachelor’s degree in Engineering and Applied Sciences. She continued her education at Stanford, where she earned an MBA and MS in Engineering, and has also since  completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Education at the University of Hong Kong.

She has taught English, Humanities, Math and Physics for over six years and has run drama and debate workshops in Hong Kong schools including St. Paul’s Co-educational College, St. Mark’s School, and Ho Lap College. She taught English and MYP Humanities and International Studies at Elsa High School, where she also proudly pioneered the school’s IB Diploma-level Physics program. All of her students achieved the top grade (7) in their Physics DP exams.
 
In recent years, Celene has fallen in love with Shakespeare and studied Shakespearean acting in London at the Globe Theatre, LAMDA and RADA. She is also a lover of the outdoors and believes that it is one of the best classrooms. She has summited the highest peaks in Africa, Europe and Australia, and often treks in the Himalayas in Nepal, her favorite country in the world.

FAVORITE QUOTE

“To thy own self be true.” – William Shakespeare

 

Jay Poon's interest in education came from his time studying at Diocesan Boys' School and pursuing the IB Diploma at Shatin College. Fascinated by the different modes of teaching in those two institutions and the types of learners they produced, he realized that there is no singular way to teach or to learn, and a teacher’s role is to help students find their own path. He has since assimilated and applied those insights in his time teaching kindergarten, primary and secondary school students. Since completing his undergraduate degree in History at University College London (UCL), he has tutored students across Hong Kong in IGCSE and IB English, History and Film. 

An avid reader, writer and moviegoer, Jay looks to ignite in his students a passion to creatively and constructively engage with the world through the use of media and the practice of self-reflection in the classroom. At Baker and Bloom, his efforts to foster individuality have helped students between the ages 5 and 15 reach important milestones on the road to academic and lifelong success, from discovering their first favorite author to gaining admission to top boarding schools in the UK and the US.

FAVORITE QUOTE

"Isn't it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too?" – Douglas Adams

Jay Poon 
Academic Coach & Teacher
 
Miriam Wong
Academic Coach & Teacher

Miriam is an enthusiastic and innovative educator with experience working with students from diverse backgrounds in both Hong Kong and the United States. She is a New York State certified public school teacher and a Google Certified Educator.


Prior to joining Baker & Bloom, Miriam taught as a classroom teacher in New York City for two years. She has taught reading, writing, math, social studies, and science following the IB Primary Years Program curriculum and the U.S. Common Core state standards. She works closely with students with special needs as well as gifted and talented learners.

As an educator, Miriam is committed to making learning fun, challenging, and energizing for students. To that end, she designs engaging learning experiences and leverages digital tools to empower students to become independent and creative thinkers and problem solvers in the 21st century. In addition, she has assisted in scientific research at the Childhood Bilingualism Research Centre at CUHK, and continues to support multilingual students as they develop their linguistic and cultural identities.

Miriam received formal teacher training and earned her Masters of Arts in Elementary Inclusive Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. She obtained her IB Diploma at the American International School of Guangzhou, and bachelor’s degree with a double major in Linguistics and Global Studies at Brandeis University in Massachusetts. Miriam also speaks Cantonese, Mandarin, and French.

 

FAVORITE QUOTE

“The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or touched, they are felt with the heart.”-Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

 

Angela Stobaugh grew up in Tampa, Florida. She found a love for reading and learning at a young age. As a young adult Angela volunteered for her junior high school special education classes, this is where she developed a passion for teaching and caring for a students’ individual learning needs. During her senior high school years Angela actively participated in many clubs and enrolled in AP and Dual Enrollment courses to challenge herself academically.


After graduating from her senior high school, Angela enrolled at Rollins in Winter Park, Florida. There she did a dual major degree in English Language and Literature and Critical Media and Cultural Studies. Through the combination of her major and the schools general education curriculum, Angela was exposed to many subjects ranging from literature courses to sociology. At Rollins Angela was also an active member of her sorority, the Panhellenic government, WPRK radio station, Leadership Ally program, the Annie Russell Theater, and a volunteer teaching program with Fern Creek Elementary School.


Soon after leaving Rollins Angela came to China with the Ameson Year in China program to become a TEFL certified teacher, working in Lushan Experimental Primary school for one year before working with i2 International Institute of Education as a foreign teacher and Senior Teacher. At i2 Angela worked with a variety of students ranging from age 2 to adult, all with varied levels of English. She taught personalized courses on phonics, creative writing, literature, grammar, and courses to prepare students for studying abroad.


Favorite Quote:
“Reading furnishes the mind only with materials of knowledge; it is thinking that makes
what we read ours.” John Locke

Angela Stobaugh
Academic Coach & Teacher
 
Chanel Phengdy
Academic Coach & Teacher

Chanel Phengdy is passionate about education particularly critical thinking and the humanities. She believes that in order to become successful and contributing members of society that young people should build a strong foundation of critical thinking and problem solving skills and possess general knowledge of relevant world issues. As a teacher, she tries to facilitate an open dialogue with her students to help them formulate their own opinions through the form of guided discussions and debates.

 

A California native, Chanel first earned her degree in International Relations and Chinese at San Francisco State University, and due to her interest in education, she later pursed her Teaching English as a Foreign Language certificate. Chanel has taught English in various mainland China and Hong Kong educational institutions. With her extensive international education and multi-lingual background, she is not only able to share her unique insight, but can also relate to students of all backgrounds. One of her most memorable teaching experiences was working with a group of displaced migrant children in Beijing who all came from different parts of the country; she admired their dedication in learning English despite the hardships they have had to endure. 

 

Chanel is a 'firm yet fair' teacher and holds her students to high standards, but gives them ample time and encouragement to reach expectations. She is very flexible and makes sure to help each student with their individual needs while still maintaining a fun classroom dynamic. As an educator, Chanel aims to play on her students' strengths while also targeting their weaknesses which in turn provides for a holistic learning experience.  She enjoys incorporating innovative technology and exciting activities to keep students engaged in the classroom. Her goal is to facilitate student learning by encouraging students to participate and integrate their prior knowledge with the new lesson material. She believes these techniques allow for high-level engagement and thus better student performance and achievement inside and outside the classroom. 

 

Apart from teaching at Baker & Bloom, Chanel encourages a healthy work-life balance for both herself and students alike. She plays field hockey in the Hong Kong Women’s Adult League for Valley RFC. When she’s not in the classroom or on the pitch, she enjoys jetsetting off to new and exciting destinations. 

 

Favorite Quote: "When we long for life without difficulties, remind us that oaks grow strong in contrary winds and diamonds are made under pressure."- Peter Marshall

 

Stacy Ho was born in Montreal, Canada, and had a nomadic upbringing. As the daughter of an entrepreneur, she lived in different cities such as Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore, and Montreal, and as a result had exposure to various educational systems.

Stacy graduated with the Top Student Award and First Class Honors from the Manchester Business School where she obtained a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Management and she also has a Bachelor of Science (Hons) from the London School of Economics in Accounting and Finance.

For Stacy, teaching is an absolute joy. She believes that teaching is not only about equipping her students with the academic tools required to excel, but equally about instilling a positive growth mindset that can be applied to all areas of their lives. She teaches them strategies and skills that help them master subjects and gain lifelong confidence.

Stacy has prepared students for tests including SAT, ACT, SSAT, ISEE, and she has also taught iGCSE, GCE, and IB subjects including Accounting, Business Studies, Economics, and Mathematics. She is extremely dedicated to her students. Stacy’s students from the past 7 years have achieved top scores without exception.

Outside of teaching, Stacy is also passionate about empowering people through knowledge and she engages in many social community projects. This year Stacy is the current President of the Rotary Club Hong Kong Island East.

Life is about Abundance:
“I don’t see my cup as either half empty or half full, I choose to see my cup overflowing with infinite possibilities”  ~ adapted from a SAT College Board Prep Textbook!

 

Stacy Ho
Test Prep Coach
 
Karen Kwok
Admissions Counselor

Karen Kwok was born in the US and raised in Hong Kong. She attended The Taft School where she developed a passion for mentoring young children through her volunteer work at the Boys and Girls Club of Downtown Waterbury. It was at Taft that Karen learned how to structure her ideas and writing in a cohesive and compelling fashion; a skill that she has carried with her through her years at school and in her professional life. 

 

After graduating cum laude from Taft, Karen attended Harvard College in Cambridge, MA and majored in psychology. Karen also continued her love for mentoring and teaching by volunteering with the Chinatown Citizenship program which enabled members of the Boston Chinatown elderly to pass their naturalization exam and become US citizens. She also gave singing lessons to a local underprivileged teenager. 

 

While at Harvard Karen started helping many of her family and friends proof read their personal statements - boarding school essays, college essays and even graduate school applications. Her work evolved from correcting grammatical and spelling errors to larger restructuring ideas and brainstorming essay topics. 

 

Karen's career path has taken her from investment banking to receiving her MBA from Harvard Business School and a stint in retail management, and throughout, she has kept up her interest in making a difference in young people's lives through mentoring and coaching. Karen brings her passion as well as her skills in writing and presenting to Baker & Bloom. She works closely with each student to empower them to achieve their goals and reach their full potential.

 

Arpan Daryanani completed her ‘Post-Graduate Certificate in Education’ (PGCE) from Sunderland University of London, and specializes in teaching English Language and Literature. Before joining Baker and Bloom, she taught at West Island School, Hong Kong Academy, and various learning centres in Hong Kong. She is well-versed in IB, (I)GCSE, English Language Arts, ESL, and Primary-level English Language and Literature courses.

 

Prior to the PGCE course, Arpan obtained her Bachelors Degree in Media Arts from Royal Holloway University of London and majored in screen-writing and textual analysis. Beyond the academic world, she explored different avenues and was an active member of drama workshops, the university magazine, track team and charity organisations. After completing three years in London, she returned to Hong Kong to pursue a career as a writer/copywriter for leading lifestyle publications, but soon realized her true passion lay in education and has been an English Teacher ever since, gaining both practical and theoretical experience in Hong Kong, London, and India.

 

Interestingly, Arpan studied at West Island School (HK) where she excelled in the Advanced Level and (I)GCSE examinations; hence she is well-aware of Hong Kong’s school culture and is also familiar with the challenges students face at this level.

 

Arpan celebrates Literature that invokes individual interpretations and she is known for her cheerful disposition as she consistently strives to makes learning fun. Above all, she truly hopes to inspire curiosity, creativity and originality in each of her students.

 

Favourite Quote: If fate doesn’t make you laugh, you just don’t get the joke – Gregory David Roberts.

Arpan Daryanani
Academic Coach & Teacher
 

Jin Chow has just graduated as valedictorian from Princeton University and has been working on curriculum development and teaching at Baker & Bloom during the summer.  Born and raised in Hong Kong, she graduated from The ISF Academy (Hong Kong) where she was one of Renée's students.  Fostering her love and talent for different languages, Jin majored Comparative Literature and will be starting a PhD program at Stanford in the fall.
 
Jin is equally passionate about education.  Over the past few years, she has worked for the charity Vibrant Inspirations Children’s Education Fund (VICEF), where she planned and delivered an employment preparation course for underprivileged immigrant teenagers.  At Princeton, Jin was involved with prison education through The Petey Greene Program and she also teaches New Jersey Garden State Prison inmates preparing for their General Educational Development (GED) examinations.  Holding to her belief that everyone can improve and reform, she also started her own re-entry education program that will be launched this Fall to help inmates who are soon to be released. 
 
Jin believes Baker & Bloom’s educational values of having creative confidence, a growth mindset, and a passion for learning have nourished her own development.  She will continue to contribute to teaching and course development at Baker & Bloom and also teach during Term Breaks.  Jin hopes to advance the organization’s initiative to help students acquire essential skills to thrive at school and beyond.

Jin Chow
Academic Coach & Teacher
Student Project Advisor
 

Jessica Yang was born and raised in Hong Kong, but values and cultivates international perspectives.  She spent her formative years at Marymount Primary and Secondary Schools, where she developed her core values of responsibility, loyalty, and professional conduct and made many lifelong friends.  She then attended Hong Kong International School, where she learned to apply herself in a variety of disciplines and graduated with high honors. 

 

Jessica decided to attend university at Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts, which is widely known for its emphasis on diversity and international studies.  It was at Tufts that she developed a passion for knowledge and learning both inside and outside of the classroom.  In fact, her favorite “lessons” often came from interacting with people from all around the world!  Of course, academics were important too, and she graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Quantitative Economics.

 

After returning to Hong Kong, she received her certification as a Certified Public Accountant and put her economics degree to work at Ernst and Young.  She later moved to CK Hutchison Holdings Limited and managed various business concerns in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Asia, and Europe.

 

Jessica has always enjoyed teaching and helping others to learn and achieve their goals.  While at university, she volunteered her free time teaching naturalization and citizenship workshops for immigrants though a community outreach program at Harvard University.  After graduating from Tufts, she worked in Niigata, Japan teaching English and international culture to middle school students.  These experiences opened Jessica to new people and ideas and reaffirmed the idea that education is an exciting and fulfilling field where the teacher can learn much from her students!

 

Jessica's interests include traveling and outdoor activities, especially sailing and kayaking.  She enjoys sharing her varied knowledge and experience with Baker & Bloom students.

 

Jessica Yang
Chief Operations Officer

Since graduating from Stanford in 2004, Theodore Ma has been developing his family's jewelry retail network and wholesale business and extending them to the online world.  In his capacity as MaBelle's e-Business and Web Development Director, Theodore designed and built an online fulfillment infrastructure and successfully integrated it into the group's 100+ stores in Hong Kong and China.

 

A few years ago, Theodore co-founded CoCoon, an incubator for startups and an idea exchange platform that aims to reinvigorate the entrepreneurial spirit in Hong Kong and to stimulate the creation of innovative jobs.  He has helped create a supportive community at CoCoon and initiated CoCoon Student Training in Entrepreneurship Program (STEP), which offers internship opportunities to university students.

 

Theodore enjoys working with Baker & Bloom students who are interested in business, entrepreneurship and design. 

 
Theodore Ma
Curriculum Advisor
Student Project Advisor
 
Business
Entrepreneurship
Communications

"Today’s education systems often functions like a production line that aims to mass-produce products that meet a certain academic standards. Through my work as a Project Advisor at Baker & Bloom, I hope to work with learners in their journeys to embrace creativity and find purpose. I trust that they will one day lead our society.  At night and on weekends, I also advise Baker & Bloom on its management and special projects.

 

At my day job, I drive the operations and strategy of Character Lab, a New York-based education startup. Founded by Angela Duckworth, a MacArthur Fellowship recipient, Dave Levin, a co-founder of KIPP Public Charter Schools, and Dominic A.A. Randolph, Head of Riverdale Country School, Character Lab is a non-profit bridging the science of character development with the daily work of teaching so that all kids can fulfill their potential.

 

In my prior work, I was the Director of Strategy and Operations at Dalberg Global Development Advisors, a global consultancy that works to raise living standards and address global challenges. In addition to managing the company’s US business, I led client engagements and advised organizations, such as the World Bank, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, international NGOs and Fortune 500 companies, on strategy development and initiative creation.

 

I grew up in Hong Kong until I attended MIT to study Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. I started my career as an analyst at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein on Wall Street, and later earned a Masters in Public Administration in International Development from Harvard Kennedy School." – Bruce Au

Bruce Au
Curriculum Advisor
Student Project Advisor
 
Electrical Engineering
Computer Science
Economics
International Development
 
 

Elaine Tung attended Choate Rosemary Hall where she developed her passion for history, earning her the Chester Bowles Award for excellence in the study of non-American history. She graduated with honors and cum laude from Choate and went on to graduate cum laude in 3 years from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Arts degree double majoring in History and Asian Studies, and minoring in International Relations. She went on to law school in Canada and received a degree in LL.B. from Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. While spending one year as a visiting student at the University of British Columbia Law School, she was awarded the Fasken Martineau DuMoulin Prize in Industrial and Intellectual Property. Having decided to return to Hong Kong, she joined Linklaters to train and practised as a securities lawyer. Her legal career later took her to work for Goldman Sachs (Asia) L.L.C..

 

Elaine has always enjoyed reading and writing. Throughout her studies in the liberal arts and law, she wrote extensive research papers and legal advice. With her enriching experiences abroad, Elaine hopes that she can help students find their voice in writing.  As a mother, she understands the struggles and difficulties children may have in learning. Elaine is committed to helping young individuals improve their English fluency, achieve a higher level of education and hopefully discover their own passion.  Besides a dedicated interest in enhancing academic development, Elaine hopes to guide these leaders of tomorrow to become socially responsible and compassionate global citizens. 

Elaine Tung
Head of Parent Teacher Association
Multidisciplinary Curriculum Advisors

In addition to the above team of stellar teachers and advisors...

 

• A multidisciplinary working team advises the Baker & Bloom core curriculum.  These advisors include graduates of Stanford, MIT, Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard Business School and they work in diverse fields ranging from technology to entrepreneurship and international development.

 

• The members of the working team identify what is cutting-edge, meaningful and important in each of their disciplines to ensure our curriculum is relevant and generative.

Tel: 2110-4788                 

Email: info@bnb.edu.hk                

Address: 1/F & 6/F, China Hong Kong Tower, 8-12 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

School Registration Number: 598534

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