Nadia Thu Huong Ho
Ambassador, Advisory

Nadia Thu Huong Ho

As a Czech and Vietnamese national who is curently residing in the USA, Nadia is a global citizen who has had opportunities to live in 7 countries on 4 continents. Her wide professional scope ranges from international business, academic research, consulting, to marketing, event management, and cross-cultural communication. She is currently developing and managing various educational projects with a global reach.

As a Czech and Vietnamese national who is curently residing in the USA, Nadia is a global citizen who has had opportunities to live in 7 countries on 4 continents. Her wide professional scope ranges from international business, academic research, consulting, to marketing, event management, and cross-cultural communication. She has gained professional experience working at non-profit organizations, multinational corporations, universities, and social action projects around the globe. She has been a guest speaker for AIESEC, Tan Tao University, Greenwich University, Hanoi Medical University, Capstone Vietnam, GPA English Education, and International Y2Y Initiative, among others. She has been interviewed by numerous TV and radio channels, magazines, newspapers, and websites, including VTV4, HanoiTV, Travellive, Vietnamnet, Joyfm, Sinh viên Việt Nam, Hoa Học Trò, Le Courrier du Vietnam, CzechTimes, The Copenhagen Post, VoyageLA, etc.

Since she is convinced that interpersonal connections are the most effective way to combat prejudice, most of the projects she has been involved in are related to global citizenship awareness and education. She is a co-founder of the project “Green Passport Goes Around the World” that commits to inspire Vietnamese youth to become global citizens, a leader of the collaborative book project "A Mile in Our Shoes" that tells stories of 9 female global citizens from all corners of the world, and she has recently launched DaMon Education, an online education platform that aims to bridge gaps between people across the globe and to bring them on the same page. She has published 8 books in Vietnam, Colombia, and the USA up to date.

Her dream is to see the world evolve to a point at which the way people are treated and perceived does not depend on the issuing country of their passport, the color of their skin, or the physical traits that they were born with, but rather on who they really are.