Kham S. Moua

Director of National Policy, SEARAC

Kham S. Moua (he/him/his) is a Hmong American born in a Thai refugee camp and has spent over a decade community building, organizing, advocating, and lobbying on a wide range of issues, ranging from immigration to education reform. He currently serves as SEARAC’s Director of National Policy and spearheads their national policy portfolio through policy and political analysis, community engagement, and legislative and regulatory advocacy. Prior to SEARAC, Kham was the Associate Director of Policy and Advocacy at OCA – Asian Pacific American Advocates. While there, he helped found the AAPI Technology and Telecommunications Table, the only national coalition focused on those issues from an AAPI framework. Before OCA, he worked on state and local advocacy at Hmong National Development and Hmong American Partnership. Kham also previously served as a board member for the National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance (NQAPIA).

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