Message from the President
|Dear Members of Vue Family:
I am honored and privileged to have been given this opportunity to serve our Vue family as the President of Vue National Association (VNA), a national non-profit organization dedicates to promote, unite, and strengthen the Vue families in the United States of America through cultural, social, educational, and economic well-being.It has been 38 years ago that our parents first stepped foot in America and were given the opportunity of a dream— a dream that can only be realized by their children. Our parents’ journeys to the American Dream began with hard works, sacrifices, and dedications, all for the purpose of cultivating seeds of opportunity in education so that their children can live the lifestyles of the American dream. Today, we are the ripen fruits of our parents’ planted fields of dream. We’ve succeeded in education to becoming professionals in our fields of endeavor such as lawyers, doctors, engineers, scientists, professors, principals, artists, and many more. This is the story of one generation’s sacrifices to better in opportunity of the next.
Now it is our turn, as children of the ripen fruits, to continue preserving the cycle of sacrifices and determinations. Our future dictates by our accomplishment of the past. Our success cannot escape what we do today to prepare for the future. VNA has 21 State Representatives across America along with a team of diverse Board of Directors, aiming to succeed in building a stronger foundation for members of Vue family in education, social, and economic well-being. VNA is committed to building implementation on organizational funding, state-wide news, and educational programs on culture/religion, health, leadership, businesses, and scholarship.
Most importantly, VNA is strongly committed to the preservation of our traditional Hmong clan system based on the concept of UNITY. “Ib ceg sawv tsis ntseg, ib teg npuaj tsis nrov,” or in English, “One foot cannot stand straight, one clap cannot be heard,” is an ancient Hmong proverb of wisdom that has captured the hearts and souls of every Hmong man, woman, and child of every generation. It reminds us the power of unity that achievement comes with team works.
I look forward to everyone’s supports, and I am especially excited to see the many accomplishments and programs we will achieve together in the years ahead of us.
Together, we capture the American Dream and unity makes us stronger and home.
— Attorney Fue Vue (Kongchufue)
President, Vue National Association, Inc.
across the World.
United, We Stand
“Ib ceg sawv tsis ntseg, ib teg npuaj tsis nrov”
“One leg cannot stand straight, one clap cannot be heard”