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Mina Nguyen


Mina Nguyen is the former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Business affairs, appointed by [1] in February 2007.

Career

Nguyen was the [5].

Nguyen was a management consultant at the global firm [6].

Nguyen holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and is also a graduate of Walter A. Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley.

Background

Nguyen's family emigrated to the United States in 1975 and settled in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Years later, the family relocated to Orange County, California. Nguyen currently resides in Boston, MA.

Press and Publications

  • Harvard Business School, Harbus on Education and Health Care
  • Harvard International Review: Global Perspectives
  • Harvard University AA Policy Review
  • ABC News Chairman Mehlman announces leadership team
  • Mina Nguyen,Celebrates Presidential Inauguration
  • Leader in Bush Campaign Visits Little Saigon

Press Room February 12, 2007 HP-259

Treasury Department Names Mina Nguyen as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Business Affairs and Public Liaison

The Treasury Department announced that Mina Nguyen has been appointed as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Business Affairs and Public Liaison.

In this position, Nguyen will manage the Treasury Department's outreach to the business, advocacy, and financial community. She will advise Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson and the agency's leadership on economic and international issues. She will solicit information, analysis, and opinions from public and private organizations representing business and consumer interests, and will communicate Treasury and the Bush administration views to these organizations.

Immediately prior to this appointment, Nguyen served as Director of Government Affairs of the Republican National Committee, where she was responsible for coordinating legislative plans and messaging with the United States Congress and managing key activities with business and trade organizations.

Previously, Nguyen served as the National Business and the Northeast Regional Coalitions Director for the Bush-Cheney 2004 campaign, and before that the Director of Public Liaison and Special Assistant to Labor Secretary Elaine L. Chao. She also worked as a Management Consultant in Accenture's Strategy practice.

Nguyen earned her degree in business administration from University of California, Berkley.

External links

  • GOP Donors
  • U.S. Department of Treasury
  • Vietnamese-American Youth Excellence Recognition Keynote Speaker
  • Vietnamese American Youth Leadership Conference Distinguished Speaker
  • Remarks Prepared for Delivery by U.S. Secretary of Labor Elaine L. Chao
  • The Best Outcome of Vietnam War Prominent Vietnamese Americans
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