Tony Luong is the VIET FELLOWS US Program Director at Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP) in San Francisco, CA. AAPIP is a national membership association of foundations, staff and trustees of grantmaking institutions, and representatives of non-profit organizations. He continues a long-standing commitment to support our communities, the arts, and education through his work and volunteerism.
Thanh Xuan Nguyen has 25 years of experience organizing displaced communities in the United States and overseas. Prior to joining AAPIP, Xuan was Executive Director of the Women’s Environment and Development Organization (WEDO), an international organization with the mission of empowering women for a healthy and peaceful planet. She was also Director of Health and Human Services at the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants providing health and nutrition training to refugee service providers and refugee community organizations. Xuan worked in Vietnam as Director of ADAPT, a human trafficking prevention program along the Mekong delta. She was the founder and first Executive Director of the Refugee Women’s Network in Atlanta, Georgia. She also co-founded the International Women’s House, a shelter for non-English speaking survivors of domestic violence. Xuan has a Master in Business Administration from New York University and a Bachelor in Economics from the University of Lausanne.
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