This is Ousheng, one of my colleagues at Mary Mitchell. She is the one who supplies the center with interns from nearby high school.
When we met, she told me the unusual story of how she was named Ousheng. Her parents wanted to give her a name related to her Asian culture as well as American sounding. Thus, they created Ousheng, which is pro-nounced,Ocean, but spelled O-U-S-H-E-N-G. Maybe this is common but this was the first time I heard of something like this.
She also has a very unique style of dressing. Take note of her skirt with the huge pockets in the back. It also has a weird zipper that kind of closes the skirt in the back and opens the skirt in the front.