Board of Directors
President Ai Mizuta, PhD
Ai is one of the founding members of MUSE society. As an advocate of multilingual education for all children and as a PhD in language education, she leads MUSE together with her fellow MUSE directors. As a mother of two young children, she is also on a journey to raise them bilingual in English and Japanese. She hopes MUSE would become a platform for parents who are interested in raising their children multilingual. If you are interested in knowing more about multilingual education for all children, please feel free to contact Ai through the contact form.
Secretary Linda MacKenzie
Linda is one of the founding directors of MUSE Society. She and the other founding members were dedicated to the establishment of a non-profit universal education for children. They wanted the opportunity to have input into the shaping of their children’s education while making the goals of the Society one that others could share. As an educator and school administrator of over 40 years with a Masters of School Administration, Linda has dedicated her career to the advancement of education in both public and independent schools. It has been her pleasure to serve MUSE Society and looks forward to the growth of the programs.
Treasurer Sarah Fang
Board member Suzanne Zhu
Suzanne is the founder of Key Language Training, a Chinese language school based in Vancouver, BC. Suzanne has over 10 years’ experience teaching languages to adults and children. She was born in China and Mandarin is her native tongue. She is also fluent in French, English and Cantonese. Before immigrating to Canada in 2004, she was hired to provide Mandarin training to the staff at the American, British and French Consulates in Guangzhou, China. Suzanne also taught Mandarin and French to individuals, corporate executives and students at various international schools. Suzanne has received teacher training in both China and Canada. She obtained a BA degree in French from Sun Yat-Sen University, a diploma in Education from South China Teachers University, and received Teacher Education at the University of British Columbia.
Suzanne is a certified member of the Society of Translators and Interpreters of British Columbia. She had been a professional interpreter/translator for many years, translating between Chinese-French and Chinese – English.
Board member Grace Chou