Meet Our Client Council Members ADP Q2

PRESIDENT – RAYMOND HU

by Ingrid Cheng

Raymond was voted to continue to be President . As President, he officially opens and closes each meeting. Raymond also mediates any issues that are brought up. He’s supportive of each member’s ideas and enjoys providing information on subjects related to historical/civics minded topics.

Raymond Hu

VICE PRESIDENT – JANICE HAN

by Maria Campos

As Vice President, Janice will be available as President if the actual Council President isn’t present. She also brings up any questions from her peers to the Council staff. Janice is enthusiastic to belong to the Client Council and she is one of the clients who have been at FCSN Adult Day Program from more than 10 years.

Janice Han

SECRETARY – CINDY CHUA

by Ingrid Chen

Cindy continues to have the role of of Secretary . Cindy enjoys taking notes and it is a very responsible member organizing her binders and documents needed for the Council. At each meeting, she reviews the minutes from the previous week and takes down the notes for the current one. Cindy has been presenting ideas to the Council and supports her peers with their suggestions. She is is also pretty accurate doing reminders for the staff.

Cindy Chua

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE – AKSHAYA SRIKANTH

by Maria T. Campos

Akshaya was the social committee representative and now she continues to be in the Council on her new role as representative. She is supportive of her peers and share her ideas positively and respecfully.

Akshaya Srikanth

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE – BRIAN CHIAO

by Ingrid Cheng

Brian continues to be Council Representative. Brian helps watch out for and count votes whenever ADP has an all client Council meeting. He remembers and comments on the different suggestions during those meetings. He also has strong opinions on what others have said or suggested as well as generating ideas of his own to improve ADP.

Brian Chiao

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE – JAMIE

by Ingrid Cheng

Jamie joined the Client Council this quarter. Jamie as a lot of opinions and comments, She is very interactive, positive and excited about new activities. Jamie is also very supportive of her peer’s ideas.

Jamie

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE – GIDEON CHAN

by Maria T. Campos

Gideon wanted to be part of the Client Council this quarter. He is outspoken and likes to participate in discussions when her peers present their ideas and suggestions. Gideon has been a member of FCSN for more than 10 years.

Gideon Chan

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE – STEPHEN ARRUDA

by Maria T. Campos

Stephen enjoys participating in conversations that are related to the improvement of Day Program. He has good ideas and this quarter he wanted to try out the Client Council as a Representative, this way he can continue supporting his peers and giving suggestions and ideas for new activities at ADP.

Stephen Arruda

COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE – KHINE AUNG

by Ingrid Chen and Maria T. Campos

Khine choose to be part of the Client Council as a Council Representative. She is always supported of her peers and enjoys being part of the group. Khine is usually shy but she is very assertive when helping her peers and expressing her ideas and likes. Khine is more reserved than her peers but she is always observant and enjoys helping others.

Khine Aung

SOCIAL COMMITTEE REPRESENTATIVE – KENDRA LAIRD

by Ingrid Chen

Kendra expressed her interest in participating in the ADP Client Council. She has been always present during the sessions and she took the position of Social Committee Representative now. Kendra is a good listener and enjoys giving good suggestions. She also thinks things through and is very relaxed.

Kendra Laird

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