Hoang Quan Vu

Quan Vu
Vice Chair

Hoang “Quan” Vu is a Partner in Finance at Foley & Lardner LLP. He received an A.B. (magna cum laude) in Honors Economics from Harvard College in 1992, where he graduated in the top 5-6% of his class, and received a J.D. from Harvard Law School in 1995. Quan has received a number of recognitions, including Top 20 “Extraordinary Minorities in Texas Law” by Texas Lawyer, “Best Lawyers in America” by Best Lawyers in America, 2004 “Best Lawyers Under 40” by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association, Texas Superlawyer Rising Star by Texas Monthly, 2016 “Top Lawyer” by Houstonia Magazine, and Lawyer on the Fast Track by H Texas Magazine. He was formerly a Finance Partner at the law firm of Mayer Brown LLP.

Quan is a Director (Texas Region) for the Harvard Alumni Association; a Board member and past President of the Harvard University Club of Houston; the Chair-Elect and a Senior Fellow of the American Leadership Forum; a Board member of the National Conference of Vietnamese American Attorneys; a founding member and Vice Chair of the Houston Learning Network / H2H Initiative; a founding member and Board member of the Asian American Bar Foundation; and a Director of the Houston Area Women’s Center. He has previously served as Chair of the Board of the Asian American Bar Association of Houston and was a past President; a Graduate of the Center for Houston’s Future and a Member of the Mayor’s International Affairs & Development Council / Asia – Australia. Quan was a Co-Chair for the inaugural 2005 Harvard Crimson Award Gala: Building Bridges, which raised approximately $120,000 for educational causes.