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Cheryl Fenner Brown

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Board Member

Phone: (707) ***-****  HQ Phone
Redwood Empire Chinese Association
3455 Sebastopol Rd
Santa Rosa , California 95407
United States

Company Description: RECA provides services primarily for immigrants in translation and communication for legal or medical needs. RECA provides annual scholarships to qualified High...   more

Employment History


  • University of Kansas
  • East Asian Studies program
    National Chengchih University
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RECA Newsletter, 2 Oct 2014 [cached]
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Cheryl Brown, ..., 10 Dec 2013 [cached]
Cheryl Brown, Editor-in-Chief of Allrecipes, says the reader response to the initial issues mirrors the diverse range of interests and ideas about cooking that have made the world's most popular food content destination.
"We are hearing from readers how much they enjoy the array of ideas and inspiration in the magazine, and how it is further fueling their passion as everyday cooks," says Brown.
Cheryl Brown, editorial ..., 15 July 2013 [cached]
Cheryl Brown, editorial director at Meredith's, will be editor in chief of the new title.
"Allrecipes magazine will have a distinct voice and personality which will appeal to 'cooks like me,'" Brown said in a statement.
RECA Newsletter, 15 Jan 2014 [cached]
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Spotlight on RECA Member Cheryl Brown
Spotlight on RECA Member Cheryl Brown
Cheryl Brown ( R) reads with Phi Phi Dang (L) at RECA's Multi-Cultural Poetry Reading and Pot Luck Lunch in August.
Many of you have met or know of our long-time RECA member, Cheryl Brown. Here is a brief journey of her life before RECA.
Cheryl always had a burning passion to study Mandarin. While attending the University of Kansas, she fulfilled that. She came to California briefly after college. To further her Mandarin skills, she went to Taiwan, where she planned to stay for two years. Instead, she was there for five years. Cheryl studied first at Shih Da's Mandarin Center, then attended the National Chengchih University in the East Asian Studies program and took MBA classes as well. During her last year she studied at the Stanford Center for intensive Chinese study. After that, she lived in Hong Kong for about two years and taught Mandarin and worked for an Australian banking group in the China Trade department.
Her journey eventually led her to Santa Rosa to be closer to friends and for her love of wine country and the Santa Rosa area. She missed being involved with the Chinese community and it was Mrs. Mah from the Asia Mart who introduced her to RECA for Chinese activities. Cheryl initially took some Chinese language classes, and later volunteered to help with Saturday morning classes, which led her to being a teacher for the Intermediate Mandarin class.
She heard Warren Buffet recently advise people who want to be successful in the future to learn Mandarin!
Cheryl was once able to get a fantastic Chinese meal in Mexico City because she could read the Chinese menu.
Cheryl believes in community service. She believes that the community flourishes because of community organizations like RECA. RECA gave her the connection she wanted. She always remembers Nancy Wang saying that RECA is like a nest for all of us. Cheryl has volunteered her time at the Chinese New Year Celebration, taught Mandarin on Saturdays for one and half years, has been a longtime RECA board member, has served on the Scholarship committee, helped at the Multi-cultural poetry event, and assisted Nancy and Judy at various events.
Outside of RECA, Cheryl has taught English as Second language classes. She has volunteered with the Luther Burbank Home and Garden. During her years as an attorney, she served as a judge pro tem for the family court, and handled cases for the Pro Bono Project, all of which were unpaid service. During law school, she helped organize volunteer income tax preparations for low income people. She worked as a volunteer tutor and has worked as a child advocate for CASA. Cheryl also loves to walk, hike, dance (ballroom, salsa, English and Scottish country), and cook! Thank you, Cheryl, for being the passionate person you are and for your contributions to RECA!
Nancy Wang and Cheryl Brown translate it.
RECA Newsletter, 15 Jan 2014 [cached]
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Intermediate Mandarin for advanced children, beginning teens and adults with teacher Cheryl Brown focuses on conversation and beginning functional reading and writing with personal display boards to be made for the Chinese New Year Celebration education exhibit.
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