|Ms. Sung eun Park||Mr. Peter Gao||Mrs. Racquel A Sumeg-ang||Mrs. Sarah Kang||Mrs. Suzie Hadden|
|Administrative Assistant||Administrative Assistant||Recruitment Officer/Cover Supervisor||School Counselor||Librarian|
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Admin Assistant: Sung Eun Park,
As a globe-trotter, Ms.Park always wanted to explore the world by seeing and believing. That’s why she started to pack her bag right after the university and studied Criminal Justice Administration in the US as a way of searching for her soul. Before joining WZIS, she served the world in many different ways as a volunteer, vocational counselor, translator and a pilgrim, etc. Ms.Park also worked at an International NGO, where she assisted for the elderly home care service projects in over 10 countries. As a centre chief, she was in charge of the Korea-Nepal Culture and Welfare Centre in Kathmandu, Nepal. While the lack of water and electricity, and the overall tough living environment were a bit of challenge, she could learn how to appreciate the simple but modern life style based on this experience. Among her various overseas exposures, one of the most unforgettable memories was her pilgrimage and volunteering in Israel; however, she’s still expecting to find more grateful journeys both in WZIS and somewhere else as a servant leader.
Office: Peter Gao
Mr. Gao is one of the staff members at the International school. He studied English in the Zhongshi Foreign language institute four years ago. After graduating from the school, the principal suggested that he work in the International School. He has been working here for around 3 years. He loves working with foreign teachers because they are kind and they try their best to teach the students. He says he has learned a lot from them too. Sometimes he helps them with trivial things because he can imagine that working and living in a foreign country is hard and he wants to be of assistance. Mr. Gao likes reading books, talking with friends and watching movies, especially American movies.
Recruitment Officer/Cover Supervisor: Racquel Accab-Sumeg-ang
Before coming to China, she has served as a recruitment officer for an agency in the Philippines sending qualified teachers to China. She joined her husband in Hefei in 2007 and acted as an HR for her school. She is a member of a homeschooling organization in the Philippines having homeschooled her son for three years. Racquel wears many hats at WZIS. She is a laboratory technician, recruitment officer and cover supervisor. She is in charge of organising the Graduation Programme of the school and other events. She maintains the school’s Facebook Page and website.
Counselor and Music Assistant Teacher: Sarah Kang
Mrs. Kang is the Counselor for both the Korean and international schools, but she also assists her husband with the school orchestra. While in America, she worked with CFNI Dallas in Texas, where she was a children’s camp staff, and when they moved to North Carolia, she found a job as a piano teacher in one of the schools there. She enjoys teaching children, and she really likes working with the students here at Zhongshi. She has a very big family and they live together in a big apartment ? she and her husband, their three children, one nephew, two nieces, and the daughter of her friend. Her family enjoys riding bikes together and through their music, they bring joy to the Korean and Chinese communities in Weihai. She loves Zhongshi, and she believes that the school is adequately preparing the students to go “From China to the World”.
Suzanne Hadden: Librarian
Suzanne Hadden was born and raised in Germany. She moved to the US in her last year of high school. Suzanne served at Native American Bible College in Shannon, NC, Alliance Academy International in Quito, Ecuador, and Xi’an International School in Xi’an, China before moving to Weihai, China. She now serves as librarian at Zhongshi International School.