Nao Doua Vue, Director of Public Relations

Personal background:
Like all Hmong families in America, I was fortunate to arrive in Lansing Michigan in September of 1981. Being the second eldest, I have 3 brothers and 2 sisters, along with my mother and father. I graduated high school in 1993, and pursued my college education. I’m married to Cyndi Ma Lee for the past 23 years. We have 4 children: 3 sons and a daughter. Asean is a junior, studying accounting and finance at Central Michigan University. Nicholis is also a junior at Holt High School, along with Lucas, an 8th grader and Valerie, a 4th grader.
I’ve resided in the great suburb of Lansing Michigan all my life. I love spending time with my family’s and clan. My work ethics include making progressive development and communication decisions with other professionals. Occasionally, I travel to other states for business research and development within my group. Through my 9 years of service of influencing, integrating the Hmong community, as well as city involvements, I’ve gained valuable, social-skills experience & knowledge to promote leadership.
Educations & Credentials:
*Grand Valley State University, Allendale Michigan (1996-1998)
B.S in Mechanical Engineering

*Lansing Community College, Lansing Michigan (1993-1996)
A.S in General Education
*Dart/Solo Corporation LLC, Mason Michigan (1999-Present)
Implementation/Optimization Team, Engineering Group, Project Analysis Development

*Hmong Family Association (HFA) of greater Lansing MI (2009-2015)
Executive secretary HFA

*Vue Clan Leader representative of Michigan 2013-2015
Head of Vue Clan community
Notable accomplishments:
*Written/Established an approval bylaw and logo for HFA-2009
*Established 501(c) 3 tax status exempt code for HFA organization-2009
*Promote HFA to local governments & officials for recognition-2011
*Chairman of Michigan Vue New Year-2014
*Chairman of Michigan Vue picnic 2013-2015
*United all Vue clans in the State of Michigan-2013

*Outdoor activities, such as hunting, fishing, camping, hiking and sight-seeing.
*Sports, especially soccer, volleyball, football and bocce ball
*Hmong gatherings as in tournament, new years and rituals
*Live music

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