Ms. Huynh joined Keen Independent in 2014. She recently graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Madison with a degree in International Studies. Her interests in immersing in different communities and building bridges across cultures led her to study abroad in Italy, China, and Taiwan. After studying in Taiwan, she became a recipient of the Project Pengyou Fellowship to attend a one-week seminar adapted by Marshall Ganz’s leadership and organization course.
Ms. Huynh worked on data collection and analyzing in-depth interviews for the City of Madison Public Works Disparity Study. Currently, for the City of San José, she is examining service providers focusing on the Vietnamese community.
While at University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ms. Huynh helped to develop an accredited seminar for students focused on discussions regarding the U.S.-China relationship. As American Executive for TASC, she was responsible for their media presence, documenting events and leading research. Ms. Huynh has served as an account services intern for a marketing firm in Milwaukee. She conducted market research for a local campaign and managed social media accounts. Additionally, she has served as an intern for a local charitable organization where she assisted in drafting sponsorship proposals and managed social media accounts.
Ms. Huynh earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Ms. Huynh is fluent in Vietnamese.