My-Linh Kunst is a university lecturer, photographer, and advocate for women’s rights. A native of Vietnam, My-Linh emigrated to the US at the end of the Vietnam War (1975). She received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Virginia and an MBA from the Wharton School. She spent nearly two decades in management consulting, with her last post as Managing Director of a German consulting firm. She then worked in non-profits, culminating in her two-term Presidency of FAWCO, a United Nations accredited NGO with ECOSOC consultative status. Parallel to her business career, My-Linh is a published and exhibited portrait photographer. Her books: Beyond Borders (2008) featured inspiring American women living overseas and Hope is a Thing of Feathers (2016) portrays human trafficking survivors and change makers.