Bee Vang joined The Assembly in early 2018. Mr. Vang has developed workshops in the US and China concerning media, Asian American history, and racial and social justice. Additionally, he has also pursued activism around domestic issues, urban policy, food justice, agriculture, and development through research endeavors, grassroots organizing, and international traveling to China and Hong Kong.
He has held other professional positions at various organizations such as The Economist, First Look Media, the International Leadership Foundation (ILF), the Conference for Asian Pacific American Leadership (CAPAL), WhyHunger, Asian Cinevision, The Rachel Maddow Show at MSNBC, the US Department of Agriculture, the Parliamentarians for Global Action, and Legacies of War, where he advocated for the clearance of unexploded ordnance (UXO) in the country of Laos.
Mr. Vang holds a BA in an independently titled major “Geopolitical Epistemologies” from Brown University. He graduated in 2016.