Duong focused on grassroots education and mobilization on collective security issues. She also produced a briefing paper on United Nations peace operations, worked to build coalitions in support of U.N. peacekeeping, and followed State Department reorganization by attending hearings of the House and Senate.
Current Activities: Duong is Senior Counsel in the Los Angeles Regional Office of the Securities and Exchange Commission. She investigates possible securities law violations, including insider trading, financial fraud, and bribery of foreign officials. She previously worked as an associate in the litigation department of Hennigan, Bennett & Dorman, LLP in their Los Angeles office. She has experience in entertainment and intellectual property litigation, as well as complex commercial litigation. During law school she was Editor-in-Chief of the Stanford Journal of International Law.
My participation in the program enabled me to come to Washington, DC, learn about arms control issues, interact with the peace and disarmament community, and impact public policy in a positive way. Hence, I consider my experience as a fellow enriching, both personally and professionally. I look forward to applying the skills and knowledge I gained through the fellowship in my future endeavors.