Jackie Bong-Wright

President and Chief Executive Officer at Vietnamese American Youth Leadership Conference

Location:
6650 Arlington Boulevard, Falls Church, Virginia, United States
Company:
Vietnamese American Youth Leadership Conference
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Last Updated 3/12/2017

General Information

Employment History

President and Chief Executive Officer  - VAVA , Inc.

President and Chief Executive Officer  - National League of Vietnamese American Voters

Case Manager  - Fairfax County

Education

Vietnamese American Television Network

Vietnamese-American Voters Association

BA  - University of Saigon

Bachelor of Arts  - Universities of Bordeaux

M.Sc.  - Foreign Service , Georgetown University

her Bachelor of Arts  - University of Bordeaux , France

Affiliations

Founder  - Indochinese Refugee Social Services

Founder  - Health

Web References  

STAFF | Vietnamese American Youth Leadership Conference |

JACKIE BONG-WRIGHT
Founder, Vietnamese-American Voters Association The Vietnamese-American Voters' Association, of which Jackie Bong-Wright is the President & CEO, has been organizing an annual Candidates Forum. Seven times she has partnered with other ethnic groups, the NAACP, the League of Women Voters, and the Coalition of APA in Virginia (CAPAVA) to bring candidates from different parties to discuss their platforms so constituents could better decide whom to vote for. Jackie Bong-Wright holds a BA from the University of Bordeaux, France, and the University of Saigon (Vietnam) and an MS in International Relations from Georgetown University. She is the recipient of many awards for her social service work: Key to the City of Kingston, Jamaica, in 1995, for helping children to go to school in a depressed area, and Washingtonian of the Year 2003. She was crowned Ms. Virginia Senior America in 2004 and was the subject of a documentary, "The Queen from Virginia," which won the "best documentary" award at the APA Film Festival in Los Angeles in 2006.

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Jackie Bong-Wright
Jackie Bong-Wright, Founder, Vietnamese-American Voters Association The Vietnamese-American Voters' Association, of which Jackie Bong-Wright is the President & CEO, has been organizing an annual Candidates Forum. Seven times she has partnered with other ethnic groups, the NAACP, the League of Women Voters, and the Coalition of APA in Virginia (CAPAVA) to bring candidates from different parties to discuss their platforms so constituents could better decide whom to vote for. Jackie Bong-Wright holds a BA from the University of Bordeaux, France, and the University of Saigon (Vietnam) and an MS in International Relations from Georgetown University. She is the recipient of many awards for her social service work: Key to the City of Kingston, Jamaica, in 1995, for helping children to go to school in a depressed area, and Washingtonian of the Year 2003. She was crowned Ms. Virginia Senior America in 2004 and was the subject of a documentary, "The Queen from Virginia," which won the "best documentary" award at the APA Film Festival in Los Angeles in 2006.

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Jackie Bong-Wright, Founder, Vietnamese-American Voters Association
The Vietnamese-American Voters' Association, of which Jackie Bong-Wright is the President & CEO, has been organizing an annual Candidates Forum. Seven times she has partnered with other ethnic groups, the NAACP, the League of Women Voters, and the Coalition of APA in Virginia (CAPAVA) to bring candidates from different parties to discuss their platforms so constituents could better decide whom to vote for. Jackie Bong-Wright holds a BA from the University of Bordeaux, France, and the University of Saigon (Vietnam) and an MS in International Relations from Georgetown University. She is the recipient of many awards for her social service work: Key to the City of Kingston, Jamaica, in 1995, for helping children to go to school in a depressed area, and Washingtonian of the Year 2003. She was crowned Ms. Virginia Senior America in 2004 and was the subject of a documentary, "The Queen from Virginia," which won the "best documentary" award at the APA Film Festival in Los Angeles in 2006.

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