Miss Wendy Tsang, MA, BCBA Clinical Supervisor

Miss Wendy Tsang is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). She possesses a Masters degree in Early Childhood Special Education from California State University, Northridge. Wendy has over 20 years of experience, working with SEN children across cities and countries. She worked with Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh at the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) for over ten years at their headquarters in Los Angeles. Wendy has also worked at CARD’s satellite office in Auckland, New Zealand for more than five years. After working with CARD, she has since resided in Hong Kong eight years ago. Wendy has worked as Head Teacher at The Children’s Institute (TCI) and as Programme Supervisor at Bridge Academy (BA). She has extensive experience working with young children with ASD. She is keen in observations and skilled in generating and designing individualized education programs that target skill acquisition and behavior management. In addition to special needs children, Wendy has also worked closely with parents in the past years. She offers support and training that are essential to helping families with special needs children to live a happy life.

Miss Hilda Ngo, M.Ed Director (Operations & Admissions)

Miss Hilda Ngo has over 15 years of work experience specializing in education administration. She grew up in Canada and completed her Bachelor Degree in Business Commerce from Ryerson University, Toronto. She relocated back to Hong Kong and completed her Masters Degree in Education from The University of Hong Kong. Hilda was instrumental in assisting with the establishment of three Educational Institutions in Hong Kong: The Children’s Institute of Hong Kong (TCI), The Harbour School (THS) and Bridge Academy. Her main responsibilities included managing daily operations of the school, liaising with parents, staff, students and external organizations (including government and private sectors), students admissions, school tours, school communications, invoices, expenses, budgeting and forward planning. Other responsibilities also included, but were not limited to, registration of the school, assisting with staff member’s employment visas, annual tax returns and MPF scheme. Hilda is uniquely experienced in handling particular challenges faced by new schools individually and independently. She was the “troubleshooter” for the organizations, assisting in overcoming a range of difficulties the institutions experienced. She is also an experienced event coordinator, having assisted with the running of several fundraising events and school- based functions.