Pang Moua is a Hmong-American woman born in Wausau, Wisconsin and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is a proud first-generation undergraduate and graduate student. With the support of her community, Pang received a bachelors in Elementary Education from Saint Catherine University and a masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Bethel Seminary.
Driven by her cultural, spiritual, and educational convictions, Pang is deeply committed to intergenerational healing and communal thriving. Her earliest experiences with healing and thriving occurred while teaching elementary education for five years. Gradually, Pang’s relationships with students and adults propelled her to pursue a degree in marriage and family therapy in order to better serve and understand families.
Additionally, Pang thoroughly enjoys working with young adults in college and early career settings. She is passionate about walking alongside the next generation of learners and leaders. Do I see you? Do I hear you? These are two questions Pang constantly asks in order to empower students in their personal and professional pursuits.
Beyond her work, Pang is a grateful daughter to Maim and Zaam Thoj Hawj. She is most content when she’s with her siblings, nieces, and nephews. She is humbly married to Kong Moua, her advocate and life partner, for over a decade. In her leisure time, she is enthusiastically learning, teaching, and mentoring. Pang is also a proponent of environmental sustainability and racial equity. When you meet her, make sure to ask about “big talk” and radical hospitality.
Pang Moua serves as a 4-Year Scholar Advisor