Everett woman is an AACA success story

Shown above is <strong class='StrictlyAutoTagBold'><p class=Mary Ling (second from right) with Richard Goldberg, Director of Education at the Asian American Civic Association, Tam Minh Pham, and Cindy Siyuan He All three immigrants were students from the 1993 class of the agency’s Next Steps Transitional English Program. The program celebrated its 20th anniversary on January 17.” width=”659″ height=”370″ /> Shown above is Mary Ling (second from right) with Richard Goldberg, Director of Education at the Asian American Civic Association, Tam Minh Pham, and Cindy Siyuan He All three immigrants were students from the 1993 class of the agency’s Next Steps Transitional English Program. The program celebrated its 20th anniversary on January 17.

Mary Ling, President of Mary Ling CPA Financial Services, Inc. has offices on Woodland Street in Everett and in Quincy. She came to the U.S. in 1993 with little  English and graduated from the Asian American Civic Association’s Next Steps Transitional English Program later that year.  Mary then went on to Bunker Hill Community College and later to Northeastern University. “I never thought I could go to college,” she said, I owe my life to AACA.”