King-mong Chan, CCAP Chinese Community Organizer
King-mong Chan was a practicum student with CCAP from January until early April, 2013 before working as the Chinese Community Organizer. In 2011/12, he had the opportunity to do his practicum at First United Church and was drawn by the spirit and inspiration of the DTES community. King-mong recently completed his bachelor degree in social work.
Phone: 604 500 2731
Jean Swanson, firstname.lastname@example.org, 604.729.2380
Jean Swanson has worked at CCAP since 2006. She was one of the facilitators in the Community Vision for Change project and one of the authors of CCAP’s 5 annual hotel reports. Before working at CCAP, Jean wrote the book, Poor bashing, the politics of exclusion. She worked for 15 years at the End Legislated Poverty Coalition and worked at the Downtown Eastside Residents’ Association in the DTES in the 1970s.
Thank you to Tamara Herman
It is with deep regret that we say goodbye to Tamara Herman. She was with CCAP for two years, and is still with us in spirit as she volunteers for some of our events, by stepping in as Christy Clark in our recent march to raise the welfare rates.
Her quietly dynamic presence supported us through two hotel reports, an SRO Convention, plans for Carnegie TV and many other actions and CCAP volunteer meetings. She will be sorely missed as she moves on to her new job, but she is still part of the Carnegie family. We wish her the best.
Carnegie Community Centre Association 2015
Thank you to Ivan Drury
The Carnegie Community Centre Association would like to thank Ivan Drury for his valuable and tireless work on behalf of the low-income community in the Downtown Eastside.
Ivan has resigned from his position as CCAP’s main organizer as of Monday April 15th, 2013.