Linda Chin has been President of the Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence (ATASK) as President since 2008, and was charged with developing and implementing ATASK’s vision and strategic objectives. With the opportunities and challenges of difficult economic times, she has succeeded in strengthening the organization’s programs, maintaining financially stability, fostering collaborations, and developing programs in legal advocacy, Asian women’s empowerment, services for children and youth, and meeting the growing needs of Asian families and communities impacted by domestic violence. Prior to joining ATASK she was SVP of Planning and Marketing at Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), an academic public health system and one of the ten largest health care systems in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and led network development efforts at Tufts Medical Center. Ms. Chin has devoted her career to improving access to healthcare services to vulnerable populations and building stronger families and communities. She earned her Master of Science in Health Policy and Management at Harvard School of Public Health and Bachelors’ degree from Yale University.
Cristina has experience teaching and developing curricula for young children and has worked in a variety of management roles for non-profit health centers and organizations. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Yale University and received a Certificate in Public Health from Harvard University.
Chanthy Uy manages all financial and administrative functions related to the agency and its programs. In addition to monitoring the agency’s financial budget, she oversees all fiscal administration of public and private funding contracts. She provides fiscal reports to the board and funders. Ms. Uy has over 14 years of experience in financial management and administration. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Bernard M. Baruch College.