Our Board Members & Staff
Rick Wong was an experienced aircraft engine electrical system design engineer at General Electric Co. for 38 years before he retired in 2012. For years, Rick brought his talents to various organizations and served them selflessly. At GE, he was the treasurer for the Asian Pacific American Forum (APAF), which promotes occupational growth and community service. In Chinatown, Rick was the Auditor for Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association (CCBA) in the 2009 – 2010 administration, Treasurer for the 2010 – 2011 term and President in 2012 – 2013.
He is an advisor for the Wong Family Benevolent Association of Boston, leader of the Wong Family Youth Club, and president of Chinatown Main Street where he continues to be involved in the organization of community festivals and street cleaning events. His commitment to community service benefited not only the Chinatown community but also communities on the North Shore of Massachusetts where he resides. Since he has a passion for carpentry, he has been involved in numerous projects for Habitat for Humanity, and the Peabody Transition Home Project.
Rick enjoys playing handball, traveling, gardening and babysitting his first grand-daughter.
Joe Wong volunteers with several community non-profit organizations in Boston Chinatown and in New England. He has devoted decades researching and developing software systems, teaching computer science, consulting on STEM curricula development and assessment, and mentoring students and young colleagues.
He and his wife Sara live in Massachusetts and Vermont and enjoy frequent visits with relatives in Northeastern states.
Gilbert currently serving on the Board of as Director of Chinatown Main Street and Treasurer.
Volunteer and serving in State, City of Boston, and Chinatown community organizations.
Former Treasurer and President of Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association of New England (CCBA).
Serving as the Advisor of the Chinatown Residents Association focused to the Chinatown residents and senior’s affair.
Serving on City of Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA)– Plan Downtown Advisory Group member.
Serving on Chinatown Master Plan Implementation Committee member
Former State of Massachusetts Asian American Commissioner.
Marisa Tse-Bardhyli has been a volunteer with Chinatown Main Street for approximately 9 years. She is very passionate with helping the Chinatown community as she was born and raised in Chinatown and her parents still reside in Chinatown. Marisa is currently a Senior Manager with PricewaterhouseCoopers in their Internal Controls Risk Services group in Seaport, Boston and she has been with the firm for 14 years. Marisa currently lives in South Boston with her Husband Erjon and three young children. When not spending time with her family, she enjoys being outdoors and riding her Peloton.
Wingkay Leung got involved in Boston Chinatown many years ago from a cultural perspective. His wife, Winnie, loves to sing Chinese Opera. Wingkay, with an engineering background, fell into the role of the sound equipment “expert” for the Que Shing Chinese Music and Opera Group, a non-profit organization that produces many Opera performances for the Chinese community. Both Wingkay and Winnie have served as Presidents and Directors for Que Shing. Wingkay was a long time Director and Advisor to the New England Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, the largest non-profit organization in New England dedicated to the welfare of the Chinese community. He also served as its President for one term. Expanding his volunteering outside of Chinatown, Wingkay was appointed to Commonwealth of Massachusetts Asian American Commission, and had the honor of serving as its Chairperson. Wingkay has 3 grown children, Calvin, Jonathan and Kasey, who all graduated from UMass Amherst. Wingkay graduated from Case Western Reserve University with advanced degrees in Computer Engineering and Business Administration.
Member of the Board of Director 19xx - 2021
Member of the Board of Director 19xx - 2006
Member of the Board of Director
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