CCP hires executive director

Press release

Posted by
Fri, January 22, 2010


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Agnes Chan

Coastside Children’s Programs has hired a new Executive Director: Agnes Chan.

Prior to joining CCP, Agnes Chan worked as the Director of Education and Outreach at Palo Alto Community Child Care, where she was the key contact for the FIRST 5 North Community Partnership and managed its family support programs.  Additionally, Agnes oversaw the teacher resource room and other relationships regarding early childhood professional development.  As the Quality Enhancement Manager at 4Cs of San Mateo County, she administered several programs that benefit the lives of young children including SaMCARES (San Mateo Comprehensive Approaches to Raising Educational Standards). 

Coastside Children’s Programs has hired a new Executive Director: Agnes Chan.

Prior to joining CCP, Agnes Chan worked as the Director of Education and Outreach at Palo Alto Community Child Care, where she was the key contact for the FIRST 5 North Community Partnership and managed its family support programs.  Additionally, Agnes oversaw the teacher resource room and other relationships regarding early childhood professional development.  As the Quality Enhancement Manager at 4Cs of San Mateo County, she administered several programs that benefit the lives of young children including SaMCARES (San Mateo Comprehensive Approaches to Raising Educational Standards). 

Agnes has previously worked in the classroom, consulted on child care classroom quality, and is currently a board member at Wah Mei School, a child care agency in San Francisco.

Agnes holds a B.A. with a double major in Psychology and Child Development from Tufts University (MA), an M.A. in Education Policy, Organization, and Leadership from Stanford University, and the Program Director Permit from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.

About Coastside Children’s Programs:

Coastside Children’s Programs, a nonprofit agency, has been serving children and families from diverse multicultural and socio-economic backgrounds since 1975. CCP’s mission is to provide high quality care and learning skill development for Coastside children.

CCP administers child care and development centers that provide quality educational, recreational and skill-building activities through a preschool, and before and after school programs, as well as full-time activities during the summer. CCP teachers strive to create a fun, nurturing and safe environment for children to learn at their highest potential.

For more information call: 650-726-7413, or visit our Website: www.coastsidechildren.org.