Hoang Taing is a vivid embodiment of the American dream and an inspiration to people all over the world. A successful author, motivational speaker and filmmaker, she also acts as a mentor and counselor to people from all walks of life, teaching the importance of education, self-esteem, fitness and resiliency.
Traveling to all 50 U.S. states and visiting over 25 countries across the seven continents, Hoang has worked with many prominent figures including presidential candidates and notable humanitarians.
Hoang can do 200 push-ups in two minutes in front of audiences — just one of many ways she can inspire your entire group. She is ready to help your company grow!
Hoang Taing is a great leader and a caring mentor who abides by Chinese Confucius teachings and conveys strong family values. Always appreciative of the opportunities that her new home country has given her, she feels a responsibility to give back by promoting volunteer community service throughout the world.
Hoang Taing is truly a beacon of hope for people of all ages. Contact us to book her today!
Hoang Taing’s Achievements
Following the brutal murders of her loved ones by the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, Hoang overcame a series of obstacles to achieve an honored place in American society.
Her life in the U.S. has been a brilliant success. College graduate, honor student, White House intern, White House Fellowship Regional Finalist, Fulbright Fellow, Delta Kappa Gamma Scholar and Washington, D.C. Teaching Fellow are all among her impressive achievements.
Hoang followed those wins with receiving both the George Washington Medal of Honor and the “Asian Academy Hall of Fame & Distinction” award. In addition, she served as Commissioner on the Status of Women in Arlington, Virginia.
Hoang is featured on radio programs and in numerous newspaper and magazine articles. She has appeared in panel discussions alongside numerous prominent persons including presidential candidate and Senator John McCain of Arizona, Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt, Governor Ed Rendell of Pennsylvania, author Jack Canfield, astronaut Alan Bean, actor Andrew Shue, and ABC News Reporter Jonathan Karol.