Chinese Culture Center
750 Kearny Street, 3rd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94108
Photo by Pamela Gentile
(415) 986-1822 Ext. 023
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Communications & Development Associate
(415) 986-1822 Ext. 101
(415) 986-1822 Ext. 102
Senior Grants Manager
(415) 986-1822 Ext. 103
Outreach & Engagement Coordinator
(415) 986-1822 Ext. 020
(415) 986-1822 Ext. 025
Jenny Leung has a decade of leadership experience and success in forging cross-sector collaborations, working in the Chinatown community and with funders in government and philanthropy. She has led CCC’s programming, and worked alongside former Curator Abby Chen in establishing Xian Rui, Museum Without Walls, Episode and the experimental studio at 41 Ross Alley. Jenny co-chairs the Chinatown Art and Culture Coalition, leading the effort to develop the Chinatown Cultural District Plan, and participates on CCC’s behalf at the Asian Pacific Islander Council. Jenny is widely recognized by her peers and is a Getty Leadership Institute NextGen Fellow, 2017, and has been invited to serve on panels for the California Arts Council and San Francisco Arts Commission.
Hoi is the Curator at CCC. In her role, she is the creative lead on CCC exhibitions, “Museum Without Walls” project, and CCC Design Store. Hoi is a rising young talent – an arts administrator and artist whose work has been exhibited in the US and internationally at K11 Art Foundation in Hong Kong, and has participated in the Youth Arts Summit. Her curatorial projects include: Present Tense: Task of Remembrance (2019), Women in Chinatown (2018), Infinite Cycle (2018). She is a UCLA graduate.
Elka Lee-Shapiro is the Development & Communications Associate at CCC, where she runs donor engagement, social media, and press. She is committed to making art accessible and engaging for all, and has previously worked in education and research roles at the Smithsonian Institution, Mural Arts Philadelphia, and the Allen Memorial Art Museum. She received a BA from Oberlin College in art history and East Asian Studies, with a focus on Asian American art. She is excited to continue community-based arts as a tool for social justice, especially with a community so close to her heart. Outside of work, you can find her reading (usually fiction) or near a body of water.
Wendy was born and raised in San Francisco. She graduated from UC Davis with degrees in Art Studio and Design with an emphasis in typography and print. She runs the Chinese Culture Center’s Walking Tour, Art Walk, and supports other educational arts engagement programs. Believing strongly on the impacts of youth education, she is dedicated to creating an enriching and engaging arts curriculum for the community. Wendy is also an artist working mainly in printmaking, photography, and drawing. On her days off, Wendy likes to lay around with her cat, garden, and think about learning to skateboard.
Weston is the senior grant manager bringing years of experience as an artist, writer and arts administrator to the team. He is an appointed member of the Berkeley Civic Arts Commission. He previously worked at the San Francisco Arts Commission, is active in grant panels and juries, and is a founding member of Related Tactics, a collective at the intersection of race and culture and (un)making, a podcast on Art Practical.
Jane Trieu, born and raised in San Francisco, is the Programs Associate at CCC. As part of the CCC team, she coordinates different events and programs in relation to current CCC exhibitions, along with managing the CCC Design Store. She is excited to continue conversations about the Asian American identity and the future of SF Chinatown through community-based practices and arts advocacy. As a working artist with deep ties to SF Chinatown, Jane holds a BA from California College of the Arts in Illustration and received recognitions from the Society of Illustrators and American Illustrators. Outside of work, she enjoys reading under the sun, finding new shiny objects, and curating Spotify playlists.
Jiatian is responsible for outreaching and creating culturally competent bilingual engagement and programming for immigrant communities. She is fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese and English, and comes with a data analytics & quantitative modeling background, which will be utilized to create equitable programs and uplift voices for underserved artists and communities. Jiatian graduated with a Master's Degree in Computational Finance and Risk Management at University of Washington. She loves scuba diving in tropical areas and you can find her at different delicious restaurants.
Yuanyuan is the Exhibition Manager at CCC. She manages exhibitions, art projects, daily operations, and visitor experience of the CCC Visual Art Center, Design Store, 41 Ross, and Online Gallery. Yuanyuan is an interdisciplinary artist with an MFA degree from the San Francisco Art Institute. She is committed to making the world a better place, spreading love, happiness and kindness. Outside of work, she loves nature, food, live music, having nice conversations and… she can cook.