biographyDynamic, professional, articulate, sensitive, creative, resourceful, and engaging… a cut
above the very best educators and communicators!
Oliver Lancaster, Former Director of Dept. of Human Relations
Montgomery County Public Schools

Ginny… is an accomplished educator, motivational speaker, experienced human resource administrator/trainer, talk show host, and highly respected community leader. As a frequently requested speaker, she has addressed groups of a few to crowds of thousands. Ginny was the first Asian American appointed to head a County agency in Montgomery County, MD, when she was named Director of the Community Use of Public Facilities Office res ponsible for coordinating the community’s use of the County’s public facilities and managing its mult million Enterprise Fund in 1998. Prior to that she was an administrator/educator in school systems for more than two decades.

Ginny has served on numerous Boards and Commissions, including Board of Advisors to the University of Maryland Systems, Montgomery Community Television, Leadership Montgomery, The Mid-Atlantic Equity Consortium, MC Police Chief Advisory Council, Governor’s Commission for New Americans (1st chair), and the Governor’s Commission on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs, and others.

In 1996 Ginny was nominated to the Maryland Womens Hall of Fame and subsequently recognized as one of the distinguished “Women Leading the Way.” In 2011, she was named by Maryland Life Magazine and the Maryland Womens Heritage Center as one of of Ten Legendary Ladies Who Changed the Face of Maryland. Ginny was awarded Leadership Awards from OCA National in 2013 and from Montgomery County Education Association in 2014.


Her autobiography, “From Ironing Board to Corporate Board,” was published in 2008. Her weekly television show debuted in 1998 and is still aired, 20 years later. A significant part of Ginny’s community involvement has been her long-term commitment to OCA, a national pan-Asian American organization with 80 chapters and affiliates dedicated to advancing social justice and civic engagement, for which she served an unprecedented 4 terms as its National President & spokesperson

Ginny is a creative, results oriented leader with exceptional people and communications skills, multicultural perspectives and half a century of experience motivating people to action. In communities where she has lived and worked, Ginny is known, loved and respected. She successfully balances multiple roles as an accomplished woman in the workplace, in the community and in the home.


For decades, Ginny has helped immigrants navigate a system foreign to them and helped their children bridge multiple gaps. She has assisted women with life’s challenges and supported their empowerment. She has opened doors for youth and adults seeking employment and is a valuable resource for guidance with career decisions. She has been a support to families dealing with mental health issues – in particular, a sponsor to families dealing with the disease of addiction. Ginny is truly someone who has “been there, done that” and more

Watch Ginny on the weekly TV talk show “Ginny’s… where East meets West”, read her autobiography for immigrants and young adults “From Ironing Board to Corporate Board” visit her at work in Rockville, MD, overseeing the use of hundreds of Countywide facilities, join her in the community attending meetings, conducting trainings/delivering speeches, or ask her for a waltz, swing, or rumba on the dance floor… or simply relax over a cup of coffee, homemade cookies and good conversation at “Ginny’s”…