Xuan has served as the Vietnam Shelter Director since July 2010. He has always been an active member of the community and passionate about bringing in the community’s most dire problems to FHF’s attention. Prior to joining FHF, Xuan worked at the Center of Education and Vocational Training for Blind Children in ThuaThien Hue. In his spare time, he volunteers with TrảLạiTuổiThơ_ĐàNăng and Free Wheel Chairs Mission to assist people with disabilities.
Hanh graduated as an English major at the Hue University College of Foreign Languages. She was granted the opportunity to intern in California with e2f Translation. She spent two months in San Jose, studying and perfecting her English. She worked part-time at the Shelter as a Peer Educator, responsible for the evaluating and mentoring the Children. Now she has serves as as Vietnam Shelter Director and Project Manager for VAC. She has always been an active member of the community and passionate about bringing in the knowledge, skills to the youth in Hue.
Binh has been with FHF for eight years as the Shelter Accountant. He has lent a helping in hand in many other FHF Development Projects, including MCP, HIPE, and Thriive. He worked on a 2nd certification in Accounting while he is serving for FHF.
Na is a graduate of the Shelter. After graduating from university, she worked in Hanoi for four years. Just this year, she decided to return to Hue to work with FHF.
Nhung has been a housemother at the Children’s Shelter since it opened its doors in 2003. Nhung has been committed to raising and teaching the FHF children for many years, and continues to be actively engaged in all the children’s activities, from cooking to planning birthday parties to traditional Hue singing.
Upon her retirement as a Literature teacher from secondary school, Be joined the Children’s Shelter in June 2009. With her fun-loving yet disciplinary approach, Be has been very successful in forming a close-knit relationship with the children.
Phu has also been with the Children’s Shelter since its opening. For 11 years, Phu has been the uncle to the over +55 children who have lived in the Shelter. He also has a passion for cooking, and cooks frequently for the children.