Dr. Wen holds M. S. in Psychology and Ph. D. in Educational Psychology with specialization in capability measurement. She has years of experiences in working with statewide educational projects. She worked at a few institutions as a Psychometrician until her son was born. Since then, she has dedicated herself to child psychology and early childhood education. She is especially interested in the methodology that would influence the plasticity of brain and therefore promoting the intelligence and mental well-being of children. Her professional services include American Psychological Association (APA), American Educational Research Association (AERA) , etc.


Ms. Zhang holds an M.A. in Foreign Language Education in New York University and a certificate in Education Leadership in Long Island University. She has been with the Great Neck Public School District, one of the best school districts in the country for 7 years, teaching curriculum ranging from Level 1 Beginner to High School AP Chinese, and was rated Highly Effective Teacher in Great Neck Public School.  She served as a Curriculum Advisor to ​the New York Asia Society. She is also a New York State Language Proficiency Exam Writer and Grader, and an Honorary Member of Congressional Youth Leadership Council. Ms. Zhang is the founder of GN Chinese Academy. She is creative, dedicated, passionate in preserving the Chinese language, celebrating cultural heritage and leading globalization.


Dr. Smith is the attending emergency medicine physician at St. Francis Hospital in Long Island. Dr. Smith is also the medical director of the police, fire and EMS of the City of Yonkers. He was the former director of the emergency room of St. Joseph's Medical Center in Yonkers. Dr. Smith attended medical school at Drexel University in Philadelphia and completed his residency with Lincoln Hospital in Bronx and his critical care fellowship with Shock Trauma, the best trauma center in the U.S. with the University of Maryland. Dr. Smith was stationed in Japan as an instructor and a Navy Lieutenant for 5 years and embraced the culture. He has been taking care of both adult and pediatric patients, including the sickest ones during all his professional life. He is a basic life support instructor, an advanced trauma life support and pediatric advanced life support provider with the American Heart Association. 



Dr. Bangug is a board-certified pediatrician, specialized in pediatric hematology and oncology. Dr. Bangug has been practicing in pediatrics for 29 years. He completed his medical school at Manila Central University College Of Med Caloocan City in Philippines, his residency at Flushing Hospital Medical Center and his fellowship at Cohn Childrens Hospital at North Shore University Hospital. 

Yuan Cai holds two bachelor degrees in Journalism and Law from Tsinghua University in China. She received her master degree in Health Administration from Cornell University and has been devoting her passion to language and cultural competency ever since. Yuan Cai is a Certified Medical Interpreter in Mandarin Chinese by the National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters and a licensed interpreter trainer.