I come from a family of refugees. My parents made their way to the U.S. during the Vietnam war.
I deeply respect and appreciate all of the hardships my parents endured to flee their war-torn homeland and start a new life in America. I’m proud of my family’s culture and I try to keep it alive by speaking Vietnamese. This part of my family’s history helps inform my approach to life and work.
Tôi nói tiếng Việt.
I was born and raised in San Jose. I became interested in law while taking a class on government during my senior year of high school. From then on, I decided to learn more about the legal institutions and processes that shape the U.S. I joined my high school’s Model UN club and took courses on politics and law at the University of California at Santa Cruz where I earned a bachelor’s degree in legal studies with a minor in education.
I’m excited to be part of the Alcorn Immigration Law, working with the business immigration team. Every day, we create opportunities for people to start a new business, a new job, and a new life in the U.S.
When I’m not at work, I enjoy spending time with my friends and family. I’m passionate about discovering new music and dancing. I grew up playing many instruments including the cello, piano, and violin. I began dancing in high school to pop music. Later on, I added hip hop, urban, and ballroom dancing to my repertoire.