Chief Technology Officer
Minh Le is currently Principal Instructional Designer at Teachers College, Columbia University where he is advising and assisting the faculty on utilizing cutting-edge technology to re-imagine teaching and learning in the digital world.
He received his Master's in Instructional Technology and Media from Teachers College, a graduate certificate in Instructional Technology from St. Cloud State University, and Bachelor's in Information Technology from University of Science, Vietnam National University.
His last job was graduate assistant at St. Cloud State University. In this role, he developed and delivered workshops to introduce emerging educational technology that advance knowledge and future career for the students in his department. Besides, he served as technical support resource to help teacher candidates with their EdTPA portfolio and provided reference services at the Curriculum and Technology Center. He also took lead on creating instructional and marketing materials for the School of Education.
Before coming to the U.S., he worked in the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Consulate General Ho Chi Minh City where he managed and created content for the Consulate's website and all social media channels, assisted with press-related works, and coordinated with educational institutions to organize innovative technology and entrepreneurship programs. Besides, he also led the ongoing technology training for a group of 18 interns, American officers and local staffs. During almost three years of service, he was awarded more than 10 honored awards for my exemplary performance and teamwork.
Previously, he was the Chief Technology Executive of the American Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam, a non-profit organization promoting commerce and trade between the U.S. and Vietnam. He was in charge of maintaining the membership database, designing newsletters and marketing materials, reaching members for sponsorship opportunities, consulting on acquiring software and electronic devices, and managing the website.