Founder, Resilientsee Coaching
“Never let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.”
– Coach John R. Wooden
Lucy Tseng is a Life & Resilience Coach working with folks who are experiencing major changes, particularly athletes of all levels who are transitioning to life after sports. Additionally, she is part of the development team that raised $5.49 billion during The UCLA Centennial Campaign and focuses on raising funds for scholarships and student support.
Lucy was born and raised in Los Angeles and takes pride in being a native Angeleno. In 2012, she graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology, Asian American Studies, and Education Studies. At UCLA as a student, she was involved with several campus organizations including UCLA UniCamp, Pediatric AIDS Coalition, and served as a Resident Assistant for the Office of Residential Life. In 2014, Lucy graduated from the University of San Francisco (Southern CA campus) with a Master’s Degree in Sport Management. Her master's thesis was focused on building a program to include life skills and development training for student-athletes.
Shortly after grad school, Lucy was recruited to work for Environmental Charter Schools (ECS), where she learned a great deal about the world of business development. After two years of being hands-on with almost every project at this growing charter school network, Lucy returned to her alma mater to contribute through the development team. To this day, she is a very active alumna and staff member. In July 2020, she was appointed as a Staff Advisor to the UC Board of Regents by President Janet Napolitano.
Lucy's breadth of experience has helped her discover her passion: being a resource to all people. More specifically, her purpose in life is to inspire and support others in finding, pursuing, and living their own passions and purpose.
Outside of working at UCLA and pursuing her passion as a Coach, Lucy is involved with several nonprofit organizations including NextLA (formerly known as Los Angeles Junior Chamber of Commerce), Rotary International, and Delta Sigma Pi International Business Fraternity. She is currently an active member of the Ready to Learn planning committee, which helps organize NextLA’s program for volunteers to read with local 1st graders on a monthly basis. Lucy also enjoys staying active and spending time with loved ones, including her furry children named @Tunechi_Kobe.
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