My parents escaped the Vietnam War and relocated to the United States, where I was born in California and raised in New York and North Carolina. As a first-born Hmong-American immigrant, the importance of education and gender equality was a major factor in my upbringing. Additionally, the support of nonprofits made holidays and meals easier on us when we were less fortunate growing up. My parents wanted all of my siblings and I to reach new heights and achieve the American dream.
Giving back to organizations that make a difference in the world has always been part of my American dream. When you purchase our products, read my blog, and work with my Tech Marketing Agency, LN Creative Group, we give a portion of our profits back to helping make a difference in the world.
Thank you in advance for your support, and learn more about the non-profit organizations we contribute to.
In many developing countries the gender equality gap is wide. This makes it difficult for young girls to gain access to education, gain gender equality and work to earn an income.
Empowering women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
We're a Maryland based company and we care about our community. It's important for us to help others in need globally and locally. There are 1 in 9 people in Maryland who are food insecure, and we're helping to make a difference.