I graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1995. In 1996, I attended the American University where I studied for my masters degree in Economics. In 1997, I was a founding member of the United Hmong Coalition - an ad hoc grass roots organization dedicated to increasing voter participation in the political process. I was appointed the Assistant Director of the Wisconsin Office of the Governor – Milwaukee in February of 2003. In April of 2003, I was accepted to the University of Michigan Law School. In 2004, I was awarded an Asian Pacific Bar Association scholarship to work on Asian legal issues in Washington D.C. Graduating from law school in 2006, I participated in the successful re-election of Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle.
I work in the areas of Business Law, Real Estate Law, Family Law, Contract Law, and Immigration Law.
I was part of the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s Committee to Improve Interpretation in the State of Wisconsin. I have interpreted for the 6th Circuit Federal District Court and also Milwaukee County Circuit Court. My experience includes translation of Ashley Furniture’s employee manual from English into Hmong.