Sally Wangsawijaya is the Program Manager for Stepping Stones’ Shanghai English Teaching (SET). Her responsibility includes managing, recruiting and allocating volunteers to the teaching sites and ensuring a smooth operation of the SET program; offering on-site support to volunteers and assisting in the monitoring and evaluation work of the program.
Sally is Indonesian, and has lived in Malaysia, Singapore and Australia before. She started her non-profit career in Malaysia as an Advocacy Officer, Social Worker and Case Supervisor for a domestic violence shelter. She was also a regular volunteer for a suicide prevention crisis call hotline in Malaysia. Prior to her non-profit work, she was working in the Public Relations and Corporate Communication field. Sally graduated with a Bachelor of Communications from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Australia.
“I started volunteering with Stepping Stones within the first week of arriving in Shanghai, and stayed on as a volunteer two semesters after. I enjoyed the experience tremendously and felt that Stepping Stones has made a positive impact to the migrant communities that it serves. Volunteering with Stepping Stones has opened my eyes to the challenges faced by the migrant children in Shanghai. I am excited to be part of the Stepping Stones’ team and contribute towards the betterment of migrant community here.”