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artist , arts administrator

Nancy Ming Chong Young, American arts administrator, artist. Chancellor's scholar University of California at Los Angeles, 1981-1982, Alfred P. Sloan fellow, 1985-1987, East-West Center fellow, Honolulu, 1987-1989.


Young, Nancy Ming Chong was born on January 13, 1963 in Taipei, Taiwan. Came to the United States, 1965.


Bachelor in English Literature, University California, Berkeley, 1985. Certified public policy, Harvard University, 1986. Master of Arts in International Affairs, Columbia University, 1988.

Master of Arts in Asian Studies, University Hawaii, 1988.


Adminsrv. assistant Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1980-1983. Senior English as Second Language Tutor University California, Berkeley, 1984-1986. Research associate East-West Center, Honolulu, 1987-1989.

Associate program director San San Francisco Chamber of C., 1990-1992. Manager institutional support Yerba Buena Center, San Francisco, 1992. Program officer Walter and Elise Haas Fund, 1992-1994.

Director development The Mexican Museum, since 1994. Principal councils Young & Associates, since 1990. Co-founder Arts Services Round Table, San Francisco, 1991-1992.

Committee member Strive for Five, San Francisco, 1992. Guest lecturer San Francisco State University, 1991. Guest speaker Golden Gate, San Francisco, 1993.


  • Other Work

    • Painter: landscapes (acrylic), San Francisco Tritych, 1993.


Member grants review panel California Arts Council, Sacramento, 1994, City of San Jose Cultural Affairs Department, 1994, Cultural Equity Fund San Francisco Arts Communications, 1994, Americorp, Washington, 1994. Member Northern California Grantmakers (chairman subcommittee), Asian American and Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy, Grantmakers in the Arts, Theatre Art (board directors San Francisco chapter).


  • Other Interests

    Painting, drawing, design, writing.


D, Peter T. and Mary F. (Lee) Y. Married Donald Errol Robert Meyers, July 10, 1992.

Donald Errol Robert Meyers