The Vietnamese American Chamber of Commerce is hosting its inaugural gala to honor the top 10 most influential Vietnamese American Women of Houston of 2012 at 6pm on Thursday, November 15 at Le Virage Ballroom. These are women who have contributed to the community, achieved great success despite their circumstances, and who overcame barriers to better our community through service, education, academia, or profession.
“We are proud to recognize these women for their achievements, which have helped shaped and build our community,” said Dr. Victoria Ai Linh, president of VACCH.
This event provides a great opportunity to meet these influential women, and build relationships with other businesses and the media. The honorees include:
- Christine Ha, Master Chef Winner 2012
- Tammy Tran, Attorney at Tammy Tran Law Firm
- Jennifer Hanh Huynh, Vietnamese Baptist Church
- PhaLe Cassady Le, Harris County Hospital District
- Quy Linh Do, Vietnamese American Society for Culture & Education Center
- Loan Duong, Elan Day Spa/ Educator Mau Tam Center
- Bach Hac Nguyen, Community Activist
- Kim Yen Vu, Principal, Alief Independent School District
- Vickie Nguyen “Bich Ngoc,” President Van TV 55.2
- Sergeant Giang Tien, Houston Police Department
The gala is $25 for VACCH members and $35 for non-members. To purchase a ticket, go to www.vaccprestige.eventbrite.com For more information on sponsorship, go to www.vacchouston.org/prestige.
- What: Women of Prestige Gala
- When: Thursday, November 15, 2012, 6pm-9pm
- Where: Le Virage Ballroom, 12126 Westheimer Rd., Houston, TX 77077
The Vietnamese American Chamber of Commerce of Houston is a non-profit organization composed of local business owners and corporate representatives throughout the metropolitan Houston area. The VACCH mission is to provide a strong network that allows businesses to build strong partnerships, and give back to the community. For more information, visit www.VACCHouston.org.