Winston Zai-Yang Li

Winston Li

Title:Director of International Development
Company: Brooks Institute
Location: Santa Barbara, California, United States

Winston Zai-Yang Li, Director of International Development at the Brooks Institute, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in language education.

Hardworking and dedicated, Mr. Li utilizes nearly 30 years of experience into his roles as the director of international development and as a member of the president’s council of the Brooks Institute. He obtained the positions in 2015, after previously serving the school in international and alumni research and as a general coordinator and assistant professor. Mr. Li has also served as a special envoy to Montana Tech, a language instructor and instructor in school life photography at Cate School, and the general manager at Tony Rose Camera and Video. He has been an advisor of the North American Journal of Chinese Learning, an actor in “Returning Country Home,” “405 Murder Case,” and “Tine Tot,” and a volunteer at Chinese-American Community Meetings.

Mr. Li prepared for his endeavors by becoming a diplomate of the Oral Proficiency Interview Assessment Workshop for Chinese at Bemidji State University, a diplomate in both teaching foreign language and accelerated language programs at Dartmouth College, and a diplomate in performing at the Shanghai Film Academy. He also completed coursework in Chinese language pedagogy in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and at the Summer Study Abroad Program at Beijing Language and Culture University. Further, he holds a Bachelor of Arts in motion picture and video from the Brooks Institute of Photography.

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