Young Chen graduated from St. John ’s University with a Master ’s degree in Sport Management and a Bachelor ’s degree in law from China University of Geosciences (Wuhan). Young has been a National first-level athlet and an ASCA (American Swimming Coaches Association) Level 1&2&3 qualified Swimming Coach. Young was a competitive swimmer and she has more than 15 years of swimming training experiences. She has participated in multiple national and provincial swimming competitions and won the champion and Sportsmanship Award in the National Collegiate Swimming Championships in the junior year at university. As a professional swimming coach, Young has a dedicated academic background and coaching experience in both China and the United States. She is an ASCA qualified Swimming Coach in the field of USA swimming and Age Grousp,has Lifeguarding certificates, First Aid/CPR/AED Certificates, and CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) training Certificates. She has taught in multiple levels of swimming clubs, universities, and non-profit organizations in both countries. After experiencing the collision of different sports cultures and the change of identity, she is becoming more passionate and enthusiastic about swimming. She strongly recognizes that academic research, communication develop and implement programs are inseparable for successful coaching. Young is very excited to be joining Wellington College Hangzhou. She firmly believes and hopes to pass on to children that sports not only teach them a life skill, but also inspire them to be physically and psychologically more powerful and independent.