Linh An, Ph.D., is the Multilingual Learner Specialist (MLL) for the Hunter College AANAPISI Project. As the MLL, she helps develop academic and research skills seminars and is currently leading HCAP and the BMCC-Hunter AANAPISI Bridge Initiative’s (ABI’s) financial literacy program and co-directs the undergraduate research program. Linh is a first-generation college graduate with a long history of working with underserved AAPI students in NYC. Outside of Hunter, Linh is leading the development of a psychoeducation program in partnership with NYU School of Medicine- Dept of Population Health for limited English proficient (LEP) Chinese caregivers. Additionally, she is building a holistic wellness intervention for Asian American college students that integrates psychoeducation, professional development, and racial identity exploration with NYU’s Dept of Applied Psychology. She is currently on the Board of Charles B. Wang Community Health Center. Linh received her bachelor’s degree from Queens College and her PhD in Anthropology from UCLA.