Victoria Lee, Camp Director
A native of Malaysia, Victoria Lee has been a piano instructor for the past 30+ years. Victoria graduated from Oklahoma City University with a B.A. and M.A. in Piano Performance. She is a professional member of the Oklahoma Music Teacher Association. Many of her students had won numerous piano competitions. Victoria has actively served in several Chinese churches and International student ministries. She served as Youth Director/Advisor at Edmond Chinese International UMC for 11 years. Victoria was commissioned as UMC Elder in May of 2017. Her vision is to impact the young generation through music, arts, and leadership training. Victoria loves spending time with friends and family, cooking, and traveling.
Diana Escueta-Shirley, Administrator
Livia Lin, Administrator
Livia Lin was born in Taiwan. She came to USA for her graduate study in 1988 and returned to Taiwan with her husband in 1995. While raising her two kids in Taiwan, she volunteered in her children’s elementary school as a “Story Mom,” utilizing children’s storybook as a tool for reinforcing character training. In 2007, Livia’s husband, Pastor Yu, was called into ministry and her whole family moved to Dallas-Fort Worth to attend Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Upon graduation, Pastor Yu served as the Senior Pastor of Oklahoma City Chinese Baptist Church. As a pastor’s wife, Livia was actively involved in the children’s ministry, teaching Children Sunday School and directing Children’s Choir. She enjoys working with the children, for the Lord said, “Let the children come to me, do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these”(Matt. 19:14).
Sim Oh, Art Teacher
A native of Malaysia, Sim Oh is a full time mom and a part time independent artist who runs her online shop at myxim.etsy.com. She also teaches drawing and painting out of her home studio. Sim graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma with a B.A. in Graphic Design. She served as a graphic artist and a bilingual translator at Edmond Chinese International UMC for 6+ years. Her vision is to motivate children’s learning through fun and creativity of art. Sim enjoys gardening, traveling, playing various musical instruments, reading and getting together with friends and family.
Kelly Dunn, Early Childhood Teacher
Born in Springfield, Ohio, Kelly moved to Oklahoma at age three. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Special Education, Learning Disabilities, and a Master of Science in Early Childhood Education from the University of Central Oklahoma. Kelly had taught in Moore Public Schools as a Learning Disabilities (L.D.) teacher and then transferred to a kindergarten classroom. She had since taught in both private and public schools for ages preschool to sixth grade. In her spare time, Kelly enjoys reading, gardening, and camping with family.
Howie Chen, Intern
Born in China and moved to America at the age of 4, Howie is currently a Freshman studying Computer Science at Vanderbilt University. While in high school, Howie accomplished many academic achievements, including National Merit Finalist and National AP Scholar. Howie also served as Youth President at the Edmond Chinese International UMC. In his free time, Howie enjoys basketball, dancing, and anime.
Sharon Lee, Intern
A native of China, Sharon Lee has been teaching martial arts for many years, especially in WUSHU training. Since the age of five, Sharon received her training and had won many medals in various competitions in China. She had also participated in Kungfu Coach Training where she was given the opportunity to guide other coaches. Sharon organized many martial arts performances at several universities and social organizations in China. Sharon became a christian after she came to America. Currently, she is majoring in business and psychology at the University of Central Oklahoma. She enjoys reading, swimming, hiking, and meeting new friends. Her favorite bible verse is “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life”(John 3:16). Her passion is to share God’s love to everyone.
Michael Lee, Intern
Growing up in Edmond, Oklahoma, Michael Lee is entering sophomore year at the University of Oklahoma studying Biomedical Engineering and Pre-Medicine. He is aspired to be a physician. Michael is actively involved on campus, taking on executive positions with the Asian American Student Association and the Vietnamese Student Association. In his leisure time, Michael enjoys playing basketball, reading, and playing video games with friends.
Emily Wang, Intern
Born in Norman, Oklahoma, Emily Wang is studying Psychology this coming school year at Wheaton College (IL). Emily has been dancing for around 8 1/2 years and has had experience in ballet, pointe, jazz, modern, ballroom, and hip-hop. This past spring semester, she was involved in Intervarsity Christian Fellowship and OUr Mental Health at OU. In her free time, Emily enjoys hanging out with friends, going to the gym, playing piano, and watching dance videos on the YouTube. “I am so excited and grateful for this opportunity to be a counselor at this camp this summer!” said Emily.
Stephanie Hou, Intern
Born in China, Stephanie is studying psychology at the University of Rochester. Stephanie has many accomplishments and involvements such as playing violin in the University of Rochester Symphony Orchestra and leading worship for the College Church Fellowship. Her passion is finding new ways to understand people and their backgrounds. In her free time, Stephanie enjoys reading, ice skating, and spending times with family and friends.
Grace Lee, Intern
A native of Taiwan, Grace Lee moved to United States at 8 years old. Since high school, Grace has volunteered in children and youth ministry at Edmond Chinese International UMC. Currently, she is a History major at the University of Central Oklahoma and actively involved on campus. In her free time, she enjoys photography, making creative graphics, and exploring the great outdoors. Her favorite bible verse is “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness” (2 Cor 12:9).
Amanda Pan, Intern
Born and raised in Oklahoma, Amanda is currently a rising sophomore at Vanderbilt University. She is majoring in Medicine, Health, and Society on the Pre-Medicine track while minoring in Business. On campus, she is involved with Asian American Christian Fellowship, Asian American Student Association, and Project Heal. In her spare time, Amanda enjoys working out, taking pictures, and watching movies with friends.
Waverly Wang, Volunteer
Born in Norman, OK, Waverly Wang is studying at Crossings Christian School this coming school year as a senior. Waverly has many involvements such as piano, violin, orchestra, academic team, and art club. Her passion is drawing, music, and film. In her free time, Waverly enjoys watching movies with her family and following memes.