Ms. Nhi Le

Ms. Nhi Le

Boat People found freedom in USA in 1980, Author of five books of short stories, One of the founders and administrators of The Vietnamese Literary and Artistic Club (VLAC), Editor of “Ky Nguyen Moi” magazine since 2000
Mr. Cong Nguyen

Mr. Cong Nguyen

BS - Systems Engineering, MS - Operations Research, Executive MA - National Security Affairs (in-Process) , Principal Systems Engineer & System Analyst, Volunteered services dedicating to: Growth of Vietnamese American community and Peace, democracy, freedom & prosperity for USA and Fatherland in Vietnam
Ms. Trinh Nguyen-Phan

Ms. Trinh Nguyen-Phan

BS & MS in Computer Science, Program Manager at Naval Research Laboratory, Vice President of Vietnamese American Community DC, MD and VA, Director, Teacher, Viet Language Curriculum Developer for Viet Schools
Dr. Dat Nguyen

Dr. Dat Nguyen

Overseeing the Air Force’s Basic Research in cyber security , Participating in DoD’s STEM programs: NDSEG, JSHS, HBCU/MI, …, Teaching math and computer programming on Saturdays as a volunteer
Mr. Dien Nguyen

Mr. Dien Nguyen

BS and MS from University of Maryland, College Park, Director of Finance System at Pragmatics, Director of Kimmy Duong Foundation
Dr. Sarah Bui

Dr. Sarah Bui

George Mason University Instructor & Published Scientist in Cell & Molecular Biology, Post-Doctorate fellow at the University of Michigan, Internal Secretary for Cong Dong VN HTD, Volunteers for Holy Martyrs of Vietnam Catholic Church, Nha Vietnam (501c), Phong Trao Viet Hung, Writer for Ky Nguyen Moi magazine, 2018 Cherry Blossom Princess, Miss Vietfest United States 2017
Dr. Vinh Nguyen

Dr. Vinh Nguyen

Research Scientist at Naval Research Lab 22 US patents; 100 + research publications Teacher/Staff at Vietnamese Language School (Holy Martyrs of Vietnam Church)
Dr. Hieu Bui

Dr. Hieu Bui

Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Catholic University of America, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine – NRC Research Fellow, Striving to make the world a better place through science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)
Dr. Dieu Thi Nguyen

Dr. Dieu Thi Nguyen

MD, Dartmouth Medical School, Assistant Chief of Adult Family Medicine for Kaiser Permanente Woodbridge & Fredericksburg, Board member, Republic of Vietnam Next Generations Organization, Organizing Committee Member for annual Vietnam Human Rights Day Commemoration in Washington DC
Dr. Quynh C. Nguyen

Dr. Quynh C. Nguyen

Assistant Professor of Epidemiology & Biostatistics at UMD School of Public Health, Researching neighborhood influences on health outcomes and health disparities
Ms. Bao-Chau Bui

Ms. Bao-Chau Bui

Doctor of Pharmacy and MHA Pharmacist at Inova Fairfax Medical Campus
Mr. Mike Yocom

Mr. Mike Yocom

MBA from New Mexico State Colonel U.S. Army Retired Senior Executive, leading defense and intelligence business operations
Mr. Rob Burciaga

Mr. Rob Burciaga

Former vice president of information-technology company. MA in business information systems
Ms. Linda Weiss

Ms. Linda Weiss

Retired Human Resources executive with a passion for building talent. Master of Science in Business Information Systems and Juris Doctor.
Dr. Sung Nguyễn

Dr. Sung Nguyễn

Dr. Sung Nguyễn works for Google as a Cloud Technologist. He has been involved with many non-profit youth education organizations for 30 years. Sung believes his best work is accomplished through serving, educating the young generations, raising his children, and being an active citizen.
Dr. Can Xuân Nguyễn

Dr. Can Xuân Nguyễn

Dr. Can Xuân Nguyễn - Assistant Director at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the central bank of the United States. Adjunct Professor of Computer Science and Information Technology at George Mason University, teaching Cloud Computing, Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, Business Intelligence and Advance Analytics. Advocate for higher education opportunities for women and minorities in science and technology via STEM program.
Dr. Ngọc-Hà Nguyễn

Dr. Ngọc-Hà Nguyễn

Dr. Ngọc-Hà Nguyễn completed her undergraduate study at the University of Virginia. She then pursued her medical education at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and also finished her internship and residency training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Since 1998, she had held a private solo practice in internal medicine in Annandale, Vriginia