Connie Chen

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Connie Chen (Born 1992) is a certified Master Penman by Gold Seal Zanerian Graduate and IAMPETH Senior Master Penman William A. Lilly[1] and IAMPETH Master Penman John DeCollibus[2]. She regularly teaches calligraphy throughout the United States and abroad with online calligraphy classes.

Chen is known worldwide for her Ornamental Penmanship, Engrosser's Script, Spencerian, and Off-Hand Flourishing Skills. She is coined "One of the most skilled persons anywhere when it comes to pen and ink works." by her mentor William A. Lilly[3].

Born in Knoxville, Tennessee and raised in Taipei, Taiwan. Chen graduated from Wellesley College in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in English with Honors[4].

Education

After enrolling at Wellesley College, where she majored in English, Connie founded Wellesley Voices for Disabilities in 2013. It is an organization that promotes disability awareness, empowers, and advocates for students, faculty, and staff living with disabilities, chronic illnesses, and mental illnesses at Wellesley College. Connie was a Fellow of the Pamela Daniels '59 Fellowship[5] Award.[6] She presented at the Ruhlman Conference on "Lighting a Candle for Hemingway in His Sacred Landscapes."[7]

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