Seng Her has a degree in Art History from the University of Milwaukee Wisconsin. She worked as a program assistant for the Boys and Girls Club for 5 years, where she learned how to be a leader and team player. After graduation, she worked at the Milwaukee Art Museum as a program coordinator for a year where her creativity blossomed. Right now she resides in Georgia with her husband and daughter. She is currently working for VIPKID, an e-learning company that allows her the privilege to be a stay at home mom, while teaching English online to Chinese children.
Seng grew up in a very traditional family, which forced her to really find her own voice and confidence. She is constantly challenging views on tradition, racism, prejudice and societal roles. Seng decided to join Hmong Women Take on the World because she wanted to be an example for her daughter: to fight for what you believe in, to get involve with what you are passionate about, and to be your own superhero. She draws inspiration and passion from women who are badasses, like Frida Kahlo and Mulan (Disney and historical figure).
Seng believes that no one should ever stay comfortable for too long, so here she is taking on the world yet again, but now with the help of her sisters.