Mrs. Nguyen tallies and prepares all written reports for Safe Havens International Assessment projects and completed more than 10,000 pages of written reports for school safety assessment projects in the 2009/2010 school year. A skilled researcher, Mrs. Nguyen has completed document preparation for major school safety and school security assessment projects for the Center for Safe Schools, Pennsylvania Department of Education, the Hawaii Department of Education, the Wisconsin Homeland Security Council, the Indiana Department of Education and numerous public school systems across the United States. Mrs. Nguyen has provided oversight for all reporting for school safety assessment projects covering more than 2,000 public, private, charter, independent and parochial schools. Prior to her work with Safe Havens, Mrs. Nguyen worked in the following roles:
1999 to 2001 – Adjunct faculty member teaching English at Vietnam National University, Hanoi.
2002 to 2004 – Administrative Assistant – Office of International Relations at Vietnam National University, Saigon.
2004 to 2005 – Research Assistant – Vietnam Center at Texas Tech University.
Mrs. Nguyen completed the following degrees:
1999: BA degree in English Linguistics at Quinhon University, Vietnam.
2002: MA in Applied Linguistics at Vietnam National University in Saigon, Vietnam.
2006: MA in Mass Communications at Texas Tech University.
She is presently enrolled in the MS dual degree program for Cyber Security/MBA at the University of Maryland University College.