Communications Specialist, SRI Education
Khanhlinh “Linh” Le is a communications specialist at SRI International. She supports communications, marketing and dissemination efforts across the education division. She uses her expertise to produce engaging social media posts and curate content for dissemination in the division’s national newsletter.
In addition to her division work, Linh has contributed to dissemination efforts for large-scale projects at SRI. She was the communications lead for the National Technical Assistance Center for Preschool Development Grants Birth Through Five (PDG B-5), managing the center’s social media accounts and copywriting announcements and newsletters. She currently supports communications for the Center for IDEA Early Childhood Data Systems (DaSy), managing the center’s social media efforts and blog.
Before joining SRI, Linh supported marketing communications for organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area, such as the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and University of San Francisco (USF).
Linh holds an MA in Asia Pacific Studies, with a social sciences concentration, from the University of San Francisco and a BA in communication studies, with a media focus, from Portland State University. She is also an honorary member of the Mentorship and Advisory Board for the Master’s in Asia Pacific Studies (MAPS) program at the University of San Francisco.
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- The Center for IDEA Early Childhood Data Systems (DaSy)
- Preschool Development Grants Birth Through Five (PDG B-5)
- *Le, K. (2020). Hollywood Media and the Model Minority Myth: The Representation of Asian American Masculinity and Its Effects. University of San Francisco Scholarship Repository.
*Publication written prior to joining SRI International.