Meet the people working to fulfill our mission
Born in a tiny mountain town in the Tibetan plateau, Pasang traveled and lived in different countries to pursue her education & build her career. She came to the U.S. to obtain her second master’s degree in Sustainable International Development at Brandeis University and worked at World Education Boston for 10 years before she joined ACCESS as the Executive Director.
Pasang’s professional experience, interpersonal skills, spiritual vision, energy, and passion for the Chinese community motives her to serve the low-income immigrant population. Pasang is a natural-born dancer and self-trained artist. She enjoys cooking, home decorating, singing, and painting in her spare time.
Director of Children & Families
Born & raised in Boston, Annie sadly never obtained the Bostonian accent. She graduated from Simmons University with a degree in Biochemistry, but soon realized that her true passion was serving underserved children & families. So, she left her lab coat & test tubes behind for children's books & playground balls.
Motivated by big visions & dreams, Annie works to empower the next generation to rise up and invest in those younger than themselves, hoping to see this continue on for generations to come. She spends her free time coddling her cats, DIY crafts, and playing video games with friends at her home church.
Born in Hong Kong, Kelvin immigrated to the US and lived & attended high school in Newton, MA. He obtained a B.S. in Business Management from the University of Massachusetts, while working different retail supervisory positions. He went on to work in banking and other nonprofits before joining ACCESS. Fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin, English, and even some Taishanese, he hopes that his administrative/ management background and language skills will bring smooth and efficient operations to ACCESS.
Kelvin became a new dad in 2019. His son is named Kyrie, meaning “Lord, have mercy” in Greek. He enjoys playing with his son in his free time, and traveling with his lovely wife, Vicky, to try all the different kinds of food in the world.
Along with our staff, we also have 6-10 paid teachers who have significant prior teaching experience. They commit to serving more than 20 hours a week in our Children's Programs throughout the year. Read our Annual Reports to find out more or Contact Us with any questions. We'd love to get to know you!
Our Board of directors
Our Board consists of founding members of ACCESS and long-term donors. They are inspired by following Jesus' footsteps: living among the common people, especially the poor & marginalized, teaching love by example, sharing their joys & sorrows, and providing for their needs.