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Tenzin Kyisarh, Curtis Davis, and Fiona Teng 鄧穎恆


Marketing Associate

Tenzin Kyisarh is Civic Hall’s Marketing Associate. Prior to joining the Civic Hall team, Tenzin was the Editorial and Communications Manager at Women’s March Global where she managed social media strategy and campaigns. After graduating from Wesleyan University with a degree in Anthropology and International Relations Certificate, she completed her Fulbright Fellowship in Thailand teaching English in a rural public high school. Tenzin also freelances for the New York Tibetan Service Center, a nonprofit organization serving the Himalayan community in Queens, NY, where she manages and supports their social media platforms. Tenzin is truly passionate about using social media as a way of storytelling.

Senior Marketing Associate

Curtis is Civic Hall’s Senior Marketing Associate, relocated from Phoenix, Arizona. Trained at ASU’s Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, his career has focused on nonprofits and community organizing, with experience in development and event management, as well as marketing and communications. He has an entrepreneurial mindset that aligns with Civic Hall, and enjoys riffing on business development, especially marketing.
Fiona Teng

Director of Marketing and Storytelling

Fiona Teng 鄧穎恆 is a Hong Kong-born, Bay Area-made, and New York City-based storyteller, communications professional, and writer. She has over ten years of experience in marketing, communications, and storytelling spanning the non-profit, private, and public sectors. Her non-fiction writing has been accepted into Voices of Our Nation’s Art writers of color collective, and published in Huffington Post, RESIST Media, 500 Pens, On She Goes, and Philadelphia Printworks Zine. She has told countless stories through infographics, essays, poetry, interviews, and videos, and currently helps Civic Hall tell stories as the Director of Marketing and Membership. 
You can learn more about her work on her website.

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