FLED COMMUNIST VIETNAM AS A REFUGEE
As a child in the aftermath of the Vietnam War, Chuong escaped communist Vietnam with his family in a small fishing boat, avoiding pirates and stormy seas. They journeyed to a refugee camp in Malaysia before immigrating to America.
Ultimately relocating to Virginia and becoming an American citizen, Chuong’s father, a doctor, delivered newspapers before his full day at the hospital. His mother, a former attorney, now worked full time as an administrative assistant. They also cleaned offices and homes in the evenings and on the weekends.
EARNED A DEGREE FROM HARVARD
Chuong attended and earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Harvard University and was appointed a counselor to guide his peers and led efforts for a service organization committed to enriching the youth of Boston.
DEDICATED TEACHER FOR OUR CHILDREN
Upon graduating from Harvard, Chuong taught Greek and Latin to high school students. He also coached lacrosse, led kayaking and rock climbing adventures and other outdoor programs.
LAW CLERK AT THE SUPREME COURT OF VIRGINIA
Chuong then attended law school at the University of Richmond and was chosen by Justice Carrico to serve as law clerk in the chambers of the Supreme Court of Virginia. Clerking for Justice Carrico affirmed his legal education and provided the insight to demand equity, uphold propriety and assert justice.
CRIME FIGHTING PROSECUTOR
In Loudoun County, Chuong served as Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney where he worked to keep our families safe by prosecuting drug dealers and other violent criminals.
ACTIVE MEMBER OF OUR COMMUNITY
Chuong now works in the private practice of law and enjoys living in Loudoun County. His wife, Trang Vo-Nguyen, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon serves patients in their home community of South Riding.