Quyen Truong is a seasoned health advocate with experience in program research and evaluation. She partners with health care providers and community members to investigate service provider issues, review and evaluate state-funded behavioral health programs, and advocate for health care access. With her research and evaluations, Quyen informs policy makers about the strengths and gaps in our health systems.
Quyen is also a fine artist and graphic designer who has exhibited widely across New England. She is particularly interested in the ways in which art can create spaces for meaningful discourse. The paintings she created to elucidate her father’s seven years of imprisonment in Vietnamese re-education camps have been integrated into the Choices Program at Brown University as part of a national curricula to teach students about the unintended consequences of war.