Our Team

Committed to a Better Future for All

The Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung established its first contacts in Vietnam in 2003. The representative office in Hanoi was established six years later in 2009. Currently the office has 12 staff members, a number of interns, and is headed by Philip Degenhardt. The activities of the Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung Southeast Asia are funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). To find out more about our work in Germany and abroad, please take a look at the links provided at the bottom of the page. You can also find information on the German left party Die Linke, as well as on Rosa Luxemburg, the socialist writer and politician after whom our foundation is named.

Meet our Team in Southeast Asia

Regional Director

Staff picture Philip Degenhardt

Philip Degenhardt mailto

Regional Director

Project Management Team

Staff picture Nguyen Van Tung

Nguyen Van Tung mailto

Project Manager

Staff picture Trieu Tuyet Mai Huong

Trieu Tuyet Mai Huong mailto

Project Manager

Staff picture Nguyen Van Huan

Nguyen Van Huan mailto

Project Manager

Staff picture Tran Thi Thanh Thuy

Tran Thi Thanh Thuy mailto

Project Manager

Finance Management Team

Staff picture Duong Huong Giang

Duong Huong Giang mailto

Chief Finance Manager

Staff picture Nguyen Thuy Ha

Nguyen Thuy Ha mailto

Finance Manager

Staff picture Pham Thu Trang

Pham Thu Trang mailto

Finance Manager

Staff picture Dao Thi Huong

Dao Thi Huong mailto

Finance Officer

Office Management Team

Staff picture Nguyen Le Hang

Nguyen Le Hang mailto

Office Manager

Staff picture Nguyen Thi Trinh

Nguyen Thi Trinh mailto

Event Officer

Staff picture Le Quoc Tuan

Le Quoc Tuan mailto

Office Assistant

Staff picture Nguyen Thi Lan

Nguyen Thi Lan mailto

Office Assistant

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