Meet Our Ambassadors

Our Ambassadors support the work of TeachAAPI as leaders in their communities by facilitating the activation of our important parent advocates and school administration. Together with our Board, our Ambassadors deliver on our mission to strengthen identity and self-advocacy for future generations for AAPI children.

We are inspired to shift perceptions of the AAPI community through creating meaningful resources to support families and educators while advocating for diversity, equity and inclusion.

Betty Wan

Ambassador

Betty Wan is an experienced IT and Program Management Consultant with over 20 years of experience guiding Fortune 500 companies in their technology modernization efforts. Betty most recently started her own consulting firm to assist a large healthcare group in their strategic technology group.

Betty has served seven years in on the board of the Manhattan Beach Hometown Fair Association in various roles, most recently as the marketing director. The non-profit fair board relies on the volunteer board of directors to plan and execute the city wide free event annually as a community building effort and tradition. Additionally, in the past year, Betty has been working with TeachAAPI to introduce the curriculum programming to Manhattan Beach Unified School District.

At TeachAAPI, Betty will be an ambassador to schools to assist their parents and administrators with their journey to incorporate AAPI curriculum and programming to their schools.

Michelle Wun

Ambassador

Michelle Wun is a California native graduating from UCI and currently in Rancho Palos Verdes. She has spent 20 years in the licensing and toy industry and is currently the Director of Global Consumer Products at Ubisoft, working on amazing brands such as Assassin’s Creed, Rainbow 6, Far Cry, and Just Dance. Before Ubisoft, she was a lead on the Global Marketing team at Hasbro for the Disney Princess and Trolls franchises. During her time at Hasbro, she also founded the Women’s Leadership Network in the LA office. She also spent 10 years at Mattel in marketing and consumer products, working on a range of brands including Barbie, Hot Wheels and Fisher-Price. Her passions include picking up tennis again after many years, running (she is working on completing the Abbott World Majors with only London and Tokyo left on her plate after already completing Boston, New York, Chicago, and Berlin), and last but not least she is a very proud parent to her son Daniel and daughter Mackenzie. Michelle serves on the Communications Committee of TeachAAPI and recognizes the importance of representation in our school systems.