Sally Nguyen Boyle serves as a Director for the SEA2C Board of Directors a member of our INTERSECTIONS Documentary Production Team as an Interpreter and a Programs Development Specialist to assist in procuring support for the foundation.
Sally is a Vietnam War Era Amerasian that immigrated to the United States as a teenager in 1986 with her mother under the Amerasian Homecoming Act. She settled in Philadelphia, PA and later relocated to Cherry Hill, New Jersey where she now lives and works. Sally is married to a US Army Veteran, and has 2 wonderful kids, a son and a daughter. In the past 20 years, Sally has established herself as a successful Real Estate Agent/Investor in New Jersey, but it is her passion for helping others like her and her experiences growing up in Vietnam as a “Child of the Dust” that brings her to the SEA2C team. Sally is an important part of the production research and vetting team to ensure the accuracy of the stories we share and to ensure that they are presented from the true perspective of Amerasians. Sally is fluent in Vietnamese and is the team’s interpreter to ensure that the stories that are shared with us in the Vietnamese language are translated to reflect the stories accurately and is a true reflection of the Vietnamese culture. Sally also utilizes her business skill-sets and passion for giving back to assist with support procurement for the Intersections film project and the foundation.