National Organization for Vietnamese American Leadership

National Organization for Vietnamese American Leadership

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Hi NOVAL! Join us on Friday for a virtual leadership conference with leaders who have learned to shift their objectives to navigate through the new normal. Professionally grow and expand your network, from your home and desktop. Learn from leaders from Cisco, McDonalds, Asian Hustle Network, and many others who have contributed and influenced the AAPI community.

Free for members and students. Learn more by emailing [email protected] or www.leadershipconvention.org #NAAAPShift
Hello members of the National Organization for Vietnamese American Leadership!

I work as Host Family Recruiter for YFU (Youth for Understanding). YFU is an international exchange organization. They deal with foreign high school students who come into the U.S. on J-1 visas, and they also send U.S. high school students abroad. The incoming students come here to learn American culture, attend school and improve their English. The outbound students go overseas to attend high schools over there and to improve their knowledge of foreign cultures and languages. As Host Family Recruiter, one of my duties is to find suitable American host families for the incoming high school students to live with.

The students come from about many different countries. YFU sstill has a group of Asian students who are still in need of host families for the current school year, although school has already started. The Japanese and Chinese kids constitute a large portion of these students, but there are also one or two Vietnamese and Mongolian kids.

These exchange students come with their own health insurance. Financially, the host family is only responsible for feeding the student, i.e. cost of groceries for all meals except for school lunches. Each student receives a monthly allowance from their natural parents. This monthly allowance will cover extra food (snacks), clothing, school-related expenses such as school lunches, school supplies, lab fees, field trip fees, school activity fee, and extra-curricular activities.

Host families do not get paid by YFU for hosting students. However, each host family can usually qualify for a tax break from the IRS if they host an exchange student.

Most area schools have already reached their quota for accepting exchange. However, there is one school (the School without Walls) in Washington, D.C. which has still has openings for exchange students. Therefore, YFU is looking for host families who reside in Washington, D.C. for these remaining exchange students. If you reside in Washington, DC, and you and family are interested hosting a student (whether Vietnamese or non-Vietnamese), please feel free to reach out to me here ASAP.
Hi, just wondering if you guys could do a posting of some of the upcoming Tet events going on in the DMV area?
Today, Veterans Against Hate would like to recognize the service of a Vietnamese-American military hero. Private First Class Tan Ngo gave his life for our country in Afghanistan on August 27th, 2008. He was only 20 years old. His sacrifice, and the sacrifice that his family has given for this country, will never be forgotten. Below, is a brief excerpt from the Beaverton Valley Times (Ngo's hometown newspaper):
"As a young man, Ngo was involved with caring for his younger brothers. As the eldest, he would get up early to take his brothers to school and other activities. He enjoyed playing basketball, football and video games. Following graduation he served in the Job Corps. When he returned from his service, he decided to join the Army. He also planned to use his military service to further his education. Ngo was well respected and liked in the Beaverton community."
We are forever grateful for his service and for the service of the many Vietnamese-American and Southeast Asian-American military servicemembers. For more information on PFC Ngo, please visit the Fallen Heroes page of vaafa.org and continue to follow veteransagainsthate.org
Come join NOVAL-DC as we participate with our AAPI partner organizations for a collective toy drive this Friday. Mingle over food and drinks with old friends and new friends.
Awkwafina of #CrazyRichAsians fame will be hosting Saturday Night Live on October 6 and be the first Asian/AAPI female to do so in EIGHTEEN YEARS. Excited for her and hope she will lead to future artists being selected.

NOVAL-DC is a nonprofit organization that seeks to develop sustainable leadership, promote education, foster cultural heritage, and advance the Vietnamese American community.

The National Organization for Vietnamese American Leadership of Greater Washington, DC (NOVAL-DC) is a community service-based nonprofit organization with a mission to develop sustainable leadership among Vietnamese Americans and to preserve and promote the Vietnamese cultural heritage. We are comprised of professionals and college students who are passionate and committed towards advancing the economic, social and political well-being of the Vietnamese American people.

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Photos from Vietfest - Vietnamese Heritage Festival's post 08/15/2021

We regret to inform everyone that due to circumstances based on the pandemic, we will be cancelling this year's Vietfest. Statement below. Please join us next year in 2022!

Daughter of Vietnamese refugees Margaret Vo Schaus sworn in as NASA’s new CFO 08/06/2021

Daughter of Vietnamese refugees Margaret Vo Schaus sworn in as NASA’s new CFO

Congrats to Margaret Vo Schaus!

Daughter of Vietnamese refugees Margaret Vo Schaus sworn in as NASA’s new CFO Vietnamese American Margaret Vo Schaus is now the new chief financial officer for NASA after swearing-in on Wednesday.if(!window.mobileCheck) pubg.queue.push(function(){initAdUnit("pubg-w6k-zpw");});The ceremony: In the statement published by NASA, Vo Schaus said she was “honored to be sworn in by...

Professional Development Series 07/28/2021

Professional Development Series

Thinking of switching careers or moving to a different field?

Come join NOVAL-DC and our friends, ACE NextGen, FYP-DC, and NAAAP-DC for our first of three Professional Development Webinars tomorrow at 7:00pm ET where you can get advice on how to navigate this space.

We hope to see you there!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/professional-development-series-tickets-163585794515

Professional Development Series We are inviting experts to discuss strategies around pivoting your career and switching fields.

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In IL, our stories will now be told and recognized as part of the American story.

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Illinois just became first state to require Asian American history to be taught in schools The law mandates that schools teach "the contributions of Asian American communities to the economic, cultural, social, and political development of the United States," in addition to Asian American civil rights advancements.

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Are you the sympathizer? The HBO adaptation of Viet Thanh Nguyen’s book of the same name is currently casting. #Repost @viet_t_nguyen
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Here we go! THE SYMPATHIZER goes to @HBO, with director Park Chan-wook & @robertdowneyjr playing (get this) all the white man roles.

We are now looking for the sympathizer himself. Might it be you?

Excited to be working with @a24 and @rhombusmedia_official!

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Sacramento native Alexandra Huynh is the new National Youth Poet Laureate 05/21/2021

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Vietnamese American Alexandra Huynh has been named as the next National Youth Poet Laureate. #VietnameseAmerica

https://www.abc10.com/mobile/article/news/local/sacramento/alexandra-huynh-18-new-national-youth-poet-laureate/103-4d698382-e91a-43f3-8f40-ccc2602c6121

Sacramento native Alexandra Huynh is the new National Youth Poet Laureate Alexandra Huynh, 18, is a second-generation Vietnamese American from Sacramento, California, who sees poetry both as a means to self-expression and social justice.

APAICS 27th Annual Awards Gala: AA NHPIs Rising to the Challenge 05/13/2021

APAICS 27th Annual Awards Gala: AA NHPIs Rising to the Challenge

Streaming live now, our friends at APAICS are holding their 27th Annual Awards Gala. Check out some awesome performances.

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Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Journey to Freedom. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar. 05/02/2021

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Journey to Freedom. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

If you have time today, check out this wonderful conference put together by community advocates:

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On May 2nd, 2021, Vietnamese Americans invite you to join us in a virtual conference “Looking Back, Moving Forward”, to identify challenges we are still facing in our journey to freedom. At this conference, the focus will be on empowering the young generation to move forward to the next phase of the journey: We still need to have more representation, better assimilation into the mainstream society, lessen the generational gap, strengthen the consensus to protect our core values. Your attendance and input would be greatly appreciated.



Registration Link

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Ge7-SFYrSTW9W_4sWtodug



Honored Speakers:

US Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) – confirmed

US Senator Mitt Romney (R-UT) – invited

US Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy (D-FL) – confirmed

US Congressman Joseph Anh Cao (R-LA) – invited

State Delegates:

Bee Nguyen (D- GA), Dean Tran (R-MA), Kathy Tran (D-VA), Tram Nguyen (D-MA)

Assemblywoman Janet Nguyen (R-CA)



Panelists:



Young Generation:

Cookie Duong – Founder of the Interpreter

Crysta Tran – Chair of MAUVSA Alumni, former President of MAUVSA (2016-2017)

Long Nguyen – Former President of MAUVSA (2008-2010)

· MAUVSA: Mid Atlantic Union of Vietnamese Student Associations (14 universities)



Community Leaders and Advocates:

Attorney Steven Dieu – Chair of the Vietnamese Community in Houston, Texas

Mr. Bao Ky Vu – Chairman, Bonanza Goldfields Corp – 2016 Georgia Republican Elector

Mr. Tung Xuan Cong – Founder, CEO of Congero Technology Group

Mr. Sydney Chan – Cybersecurity Management Consultant

Mr. Tho Vo – software engineer

Dr. Tai Q. Nguyen – Chairman, Standing Committee, Free Vietnamese Net World

Mr. Vinh Nguyen – Founder and President of the West Gate Realty Group

Ms. Genie Giao Nguyen – Founder and President of Voice of Vietnamese Americans

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Journey to Freedom. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar. Vietnamese refugees risked our lives for freedom when the Communist invaded Vietnam in April 1975. May 2nd was designated Vietnamese Refugees Day by the 111th Congress of the United States. We commemorate the 46th year of the Vietnamese Journey to Freedom on May 2nd, 2021 .

Senate passes hate crime bill responding to wave of violence against Asian Americans 04/22/2021

Senate passes hate crime bill responding to wave of violence against Asian Americans

Although not unanimous which would have been nice, the Senate passed by 94-1 hate crimes legislation to address the rise in violence during COVID-19. A strong bipartisan statement from a body that finds little to agree on these days. #StopAsianHate #StopAAPIHate
https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/congress/senate-passes-hate-crime-bill-responding-wave-violence-against-asian-n1264949

Senate passes hate crime bill responding to wave of violence against Asian Americans The House Judiciary Committee, meanwhile, considered a similar version of the bill introduced by Rep. Grace Meng, D-N.Y., on Wednesday.

Photos from Humans of New York's post 04/16/2021

A lovely story about kindness, compassion, and family.

Viet Thanh Nguyen’s Pulitzer-Winning ‘The Sympathizer’ To Be Developed As TV Series By A24 & Rhombus Media 04/07/2021

Viet Thanh Nguyen’s Pulitzer-Winning ‘The Sympathizer’ To Be Developed As TV Series By A24 & Rhombus Media

A24 continues its commitment to telling #AAPI stories by bringing to life Viet Thanh Nguyen's Pulitizer Prize-winning book, The Sympathizer, to the silver screen. #VietnameseAmerica

https://deadline.com/2021/04/viet-thanh-nguyen-the-sympathizer-developed-tv-series-a24-rhombus-media-1234729140/

Viet Thanh Nguyen’s Pulitzer-Winning ‘The Sympathizer’ To Be Developed As TV Series By A24 & Rhombus Media A24 and Rhombus Media have optioned the rights to Viet Thanh Nguyen’s The Sympathizer and are developing the author’s Pulitzer Prize-winning debut novel for a television series. Publish…

Photos from PIVOT - The Progressive Vietnamese American Organization's post 04/02/2021

Thanks to our friends at PIVOT for highlighting, a curated collection of stories by writers of Vietnamese descent.

Sahra Nguyen Gives Drew Her Best AAPI Allyship Tips Over a Cup of Vietnamese Coffee 04/01/2021

Sahra Nguyen Gives Drew Her Best AAPI Allyship Tips Over a Cup of Vietnamese Coffee

Nguyen Coffee Supply founder Sahra Nguyen speaks on the Drew Barrymore Show about AAPI allyship tips. #VietnameseAmerica

Sahra Nguyen Gives Drew Her Best AAPI Allyship Tips Over a Cup of Vietnamese Coffee Sahra also shows Drew her special Vietnamese blend!

Johnny Juzang drops 28 points for UCLA vs. Michigan 03/31/2021

Johnny Juzang drops 28 points for UCLA vs. Michigan

Jonathan Anh Juzang, whose mother is Vietnamese, just helped lead his UCLA team to the Final Four. #VietnameseAmerica will be represented in the Big Dance.

Johnny Juzang drops 28 points for UCLA vs. Michigan Johnny Juzang kept UCLA's improbable run alive for with his performance in the Elite Eight vs. Michigan. The Bruins' star had 28 points, including 18 in the first half, as his team shocked the 1-seed Wolverines to advance to the Final Four.

After Decades Under the Bed, a 1974 Vietnamese Film Finds an Audience Online | Saigoneer 03/31/2021

After Decades Under the Bed, a 1974 Vietnamese Film Finds an Audience Online | Saigoneer

An extraordinary and yet somehow ordinary story of how a Vietnamese refugee and a long forgotten project came back to life years later. #RefugeeStories
https://saigoneer.com/film-tv/20149-after-decades-under-the-bed,-a-1974-vietnamese-film-finds-an-audience-online

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Opinion: America rejects us and subjects us to hatred, but this is our country, too 03/30/2021

Opinion: America rejects us and subjects us to hatred, but this is our country, too

Friend of NOVAL-DC, Vi Nguyen, writes about her experience as a Vietnamese American during this time of heightened attacks in her local paper the Des Moines Register. Thanks for giving a voice and face to us in the Midwest!

Opinion: America rejects us and subjects us to hatred, but this is our country, too Vi Nguyễn: Like many who look like me in America, I’ve been thinking a lot about our country over the past few years.

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Today NOVAL-DC joins organizations across the country in the Virtual Day of Action to #StopAsianHate.

The horrific shooting in Georgia is just the latest example of the rising tide of violence that Asian Americans have experienced throughout the pandemic. #AAPIs are facing verbal assaults, physical attacks, and threats to their lives. Our most vulnerable people are being targeted: elders in precarious living situations, workers in low-wage jobs and women. Nobody should have to live in fear of discrimination, racism, and violence. We all can play a role to #StopAsianHate

Learn how you can get help at www.asianamericandayofaction.com

Today NOVAL-DC joins organizations across the country in the Virtual Day of Action to #StopAsianHate.

The horrific shooting in Georgia is just the latest example of the rising tide of violence that Asian Americans have experienced throughout the pandemic. #AAPIs are facing verbal assaults, physical attacks, and threats to their lives. Our most vulnerable people are being targeted: elders in precarious living situations, workers in low-wage jobs and women. Nobody should have to live in fear of discrimination, racism, and violence. We all can play a role to #StopAsianHate

Learn how you can get help at www.asianamericandayofaction.com

Community Telephone Townhall on Coronavirus (COVID-19) 03/24/2021

Community Telephone Townhall on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

For folks who live or work in DC, the Mayor's Office is holding a town hall tomorrow to discuss the rise in violence and other issues affecting the AAPI community. Make your voice heard and ensure Vietnamese Americans are represented.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/community-telephone-townhall-on-coronavirus-covid-19-tickets-147649009161?aff=eand

Community Telephone Townhall on Coronavirus (COVID-19) Join the Bowser Administration every other Wednesday at 5:00pm for a Community Telephone Townhall on Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Atlanta spa shootings: suspect charged with murder after eight people killed – latest updates 03/18/2021

Atlanta spa shootings: suspect charged with murder after eight people killed – latest updates

We grieve for those who lost their lives last night in the spa shootings in Atlanta. The targeted killings of 8 people, most of whom AAPI women, while despicable in nature, were not surprising given the circumstances we live in. Anti-Asian hate has always existed in the US and systemic racism continues to foment violence against our communities by diminishing our pain, scapegoating us when convenient, and robbing us of our dignity and equal place in society. We must continue to speak our truth, resist those who seek to marginalize us, and work to stamp out the root causes of this violence or we will only see history repeat itself.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/live/2021/mar/17/atlanta-spa-shootings-live-updates-asian-women-suspect-arrested-latest

Atlanta spa shootings: suspect charged with murder after eight people killed – latest updates Six of the victims were of Asian descent while suspect, a 21-year-old white male, charged with eight counts of murder

Hot Package: A24 Teams Its ‘Minari’ Oscar Nominee Steven Yeun With Ali Wong For 10-Episode Series; Lee Sung Jin Showrunner 03/17/2021

Hot Package: A24 Teams Its ‘Minari’ Oscar Nominee Steven Yeun With Ali Wong For 10-Episode Series; Lee Sung Jin Showrunner

Steven Yeun and Ali Wong are teaming up for the next A24 project.

After producing both The Farewell and Minari, Studio A24 has demonstrated its willingness to finance AAPI creatives and tell our stories. They should be commended and we as a community should reward those companies who extend opportunities to us with our consumer dollars.

https://deadline.com/2021/03/minari-steven-yeun-hot-tv-package-a24-ali-wong-10-episode-half-hour-series-lee-sung-jin-1234715790/

Hot Package: A24 Teams Its ‘Minari’ Oscar Nominee Steven Yeun With Ali Wong For 10-Episode Series; Lee Sung Jin Showrunner EXCLUSIVE: Hot off his first Oscar nomination for Minari, Steven Yeun is reuniting with A24 on an untitled 10-episode dramedy he’ll star in with Ali Wong. Pitched last week, it has created an…

Oscars Nominate Most Diverse Acting Slate Ever, Including First Asian American Best Actor 03/15/2021

Oscars Nominate Most Diverse Acting Slate Ever, Including First Asian American Best Actor

Steven Yeun becomes the first Asian American nominated for Best Actor. He along with Pakistani British actor Riz Ahmed and Chadwick Boseman mark the first time the Best Actor nominees were majority nonwhite. #AAPI #Representasian

https://variety.com/2021/film/news/oscars-diversity-steven-yeun-riz-ahmed-1234928862/

Oscars Nominate Most Diverse Acting Slate Ever, Including First Asian American Best Actor Nine actors of color earned Academy Award nominations on Monday, setting an Oscar record for diversity in those categories. The achievement comes after years of aggressive efforts by the Academy to…

The Trung Sisters of Vietnam Fight the Han | Warriors, Queens, and Intellectuals 03/10/2021

The Trung Sisters of Vietnam Fight the Han | Warriors, Queens, and Intellectuals

With the recent anniversary of International Womens Day, here is a history lesson from Dr. Joyce Salisbury on the incredible Trung Sisters (Hai Bà Trưng) for those who have always wanted to learn more about them. #HaiBaTrung #IWD

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[03/03/21]   "Raya and the Last Dragon", the first Disney film to feature a Southeast Asian lead, premieres this Friday on Disney+. Check out Vietnamese American actress Kelly Marie Tran as she plays the lead character. #DisneyRaya #VietnameseAmerica

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Jeremy Lin: Asian Americans Tired of Being Told We Don't Experience Racism 02/27/2021

Jeremy Lin: Asian Americans Tired of Being Told We Don't Experience Racism

"Something is changing in this generation of Asian Americans. We are tired of being told that we don't experience racism, we are tired of being told to keep our heads down and not make trouble. We are tired of Asian American kids growing up and being asked where they're REALLY from, of having our eyes mocked, of being objectified as exotic or being told we're inherently unattractive. We are tired of the stereotypes in Hollywood affecting our psyche and limiting who we think we can be. We are tired of being invisible, of being mistaken for our colleague or told our struggles aren't as real.

"I want better for my elders who worked so hard and sacrificed so much to make a life for themselves here. I want better for my niece and nephew and future kids. I want better for the next generation of Asian American athletes than to have to work so hard to just be 'deceptively athletic.'

"Being an Asian American doesn't mean we don't experience poverty and racism.

"Being a 9 year NBA veteran doesn't protect me from being called 'coronavirus' on the court.

"Being a man of faith doesn't mean I don't fight for justice, for myself and for others.

"So here we are again, sharing how we feel. Is anyone listening?"

Jeremy Lin: Asian Americans Tired of Being Told We Don't Experience Racism The number of hate crimes against Asians and Asian Americans continues to rise in the United States, leading many public figures and organizations to speak out against the violence, racism and hatred...

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First NOVAL-DC General Interest Meeting of 2015

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Washington D.C., DC
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Our activities are aimed at developing leadership skills among our members, promoting civic participation and education, advancing coalitions and community building and fostering cultural heritage. We are involved in many community service projects with other nonprofit organizations. Our largest event and fundraiser is the Vietnamese Heritage Festival (VietFest). Our funds will support Vietnamese American leadership programs, train our members to become community leaders, provide grants and scholarships to young or accomplished leaders, and promote the growth of NOVAL.

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Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 9am - 5pm
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