CAP-C Counsellors

 

Annie

Annie Leung

My name is Annie Leung. I am the Coordinator of CAP-C Program. The program aims at supporting families with young children to expand their social support networks, share experience, and learn more about community resources. I have a degree in Education and training in Project Management. I have substantial experience in coordinating and administering projects and programs in social service sector. I love to work with families and children. I am committed to supporting families connected to the community. 

 

 


Maggie WangMaggie Wang (on leave)

Hi, my name is Maggie Wang. I am an activity worker for United Way Avenue of Change project and CAP-C Program. I have a background in Business Administration and Health Management. I started to volunteer as a neighborhood family connector for the Avenue of Change project, then become an activity worker. I will do my best to support young children and families in the city centre community. 

 

 

 

 


LanLan Zha

Hi, I am Lan. I am very happy to join CAP-C program and team up with Annie and Maggie to provide services for Richmond’s families and their children.I came from China and have been in Vancouver for 7 years.I was an engineer back in China and I was a volunteer in CAP-C program before I become an activity worker for this program. I believe with all the effort we put and all the support we get, we together can strengthen families and build better community

 

 

 


 

AmyGloria Sou

My name is Gloria. I am passionate about my work as an activity worker for CAP-C program.

It is my pleasure sharing my knowledge and experience with parents and connect families to community。

 

 

 

Shino Chen

My name is Shino Chen. I am the Outreach Worker of the Touchstone CAP-C program. I am so glad to join this team to provide help/support for the families with young kids in image shinoRichmond. Actually, my family received lots of support from different non-profit associations like Touchstone when we first came to Canada and settled in Richmond. Now, I feel honored to have the opportunity to give back by helping families who are in need.