Meet Our Staff

2017-2018 School Year

Board Members

  • Scott Iseri, Chairman
  • Chris Nguyen, Treasurer
  • Kristine Louie, Vice-Chair
  • Ben Quan, Co-Secretary

Program Director

Quoc Quan Le


Iral Dang is our amazing sunfish of a coordinator

Iral Dang, Mentor Coordinator

Kelly Yu Yin, Co-Admin/Finance Coordinator


Jon Dang, Mentor

Long Nguyen, Mentor

Lê Võ Duy Việt is commonly referred to by Americans as Duck (Vịt). He grew up away from the center of Vietnamese-American existence, instead deciding to grow up among Taiwanese people in Irvine. He’s a brilliant test taker, and took several years in between graduating in 2010, griping about people saying that the only thing you can do with an English degree is become a teacher, before finally realizing that he’s pretty good at being a teacher. He’s currently in the middle of getting his teaching credential for History which means that if you ask him about anything historical he will pin you to the ground and spew history directly into your mouth until your eyeballs dry up in their sockets.

Do not do this.

Việt can frequently be found by looking for the loudest person in the entire room. He strongly suggests that you walk as swiftly as you can away from that person, lest you accidentally ask something about history.

Protect your eyeballs.

Leah Nguyen, JD is originally from San Diego, California. She graduated from San Diego State University with a B.S. in Finance. She received her J.D. from the University of San Diego School of Law. She has been practicing law in California for the past 7 years. She has been living in Orange County for the past 3 years.  Besides volunteering at PM, she enjoys staying active by attending spinning, yoga and pilates classes.

Chris Nguyen, Mentor and Board Member

Nancy Nguyen, Mentor

Vy Duong, Mentor

Quyên Lê, MPH is originally from the Golden State and hails UC Berkeley and Johns Hopkins University as alma maters for her Bachelor and Masters of Public Health, respectively. She currently work as a Clinical and Translational Science Research Assistant at the USC Keck School of Medicine; prior to this, she worked as a Study Coordinator at the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland, and as an intern in Hue, Vietnam for the Pediatric Nutrition Project spearheaded by Giao Diem Humanitarian Foundation. In addition to working with children, adolescents and teenagers with a variety of different needs (e.g. attention deficit, malnutrition, cognitive and behavioral issues, rare genetic diseases), she has extensive background knowledge and experience in public health, humanitarian aid, community outreach, filmmaking, journalism, and tutoring a variety of subjects such as biology, chemistry, writing, and piano.

She loves cats, coffee, and cinema.


Troy Lai, Volunteer

Steven Xiong, Volunteer

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