Mrs. Le is currently responsible for technology readiness and product execution for Texas Instruments’ (TI’s) multibillion-digital business. In this capacity, she oversees the definition of technology requirements for the businesses, leads technology qualifications with the development teams, and directs execution to achieve functionality, performance, power, yield, quality, reliability and capacity goals to enable successful product launch and ramp...
Dr. Nam Hoang is a Board Certified Internal Medicine and Pediatrics physician. He graduated with a B.S. from Texas A&M in 1987, a M.D. from Texas Tech Health Sciences Center in 1991, and finished his residency at University of Texas H.S.C. Houston in 1995. Dr. Hoang is a tireless volunteer for Charitable causes. He and his wife Vanessa, has three lovely young children. His hobbies include playing the classical guitar, gardening, handyman work, and raising koi fish.
Dr. Thuan Tran graduated medical school in 1961 in Vietnam, and he has been a practicing physician for over 30 years. Dr. Tran served in the Vietnamese Army (Rangers) for several years during the Vietnam War and was Chief Physician of Rangers. He was Head of Health Department in the Quang Nam and Kien Phong provinces. Additionally, Dr. Tran was the Director of Kien Phong Hospital. Furthermore, he was Chairman of the Red Cross Committee in the Kien Phong province. Dr. Tran and his family immigrated to the United States 1975.
Nguyen Ngoc Bao, was born in Hanoi, Vietnam, but grew up in the South and graduated from Chu Van An high school in 1971. From 1971 to 1972 he attended the University of Saigon, College of Law. As the Vietnam War reached its peak, he joined the South Vietnam army in 1972 for two years and served as a second lieutenant.
Mr. Jeff Watkins is currently the Executive Director of YMCA International Services, a Branch of the YMCA of Greater Houston providing comprehensive services to Houston’s refugee and immigrant community, a position he has held for the past 10 years. Mr. Watkins is very active in the Vietnamese American community since 1985 and speaks Vietnamese fluently. He holds a B.S. in Political Science from the University of Houston and a M.A. in Asian Studies from the University of Hawaii.
Hoang is the Vice President for Asia Region Business Management at Novellus Systems, Inc. In this role, Hoang will be responsible for developing and overseeing the company’s business across all of Asia, including China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia.
Hoang joined Novellus in 2004 as senior director for Asia-Pacific strategic business development.
Fr. Dominic has been a supporter of Sunflower Mission since the beginning and has chaired its Scholarship Program (Dao-Le Scholarship and Sponsor-a-Student Project) since its inception in 2004. Father Dominic has supported many other nonprofit activities and is especially passionate about those projects that provide better opportunities for the unfortunate people living in Vietnam.