As a former student in InterVarsity, Naomi’s life was transformed after participating in the Chicago Urban Program where she learned about racial reconciliation and redemption. Since then, she’s journeyed to discover more of God’s purpose for her in His kingdom as a Hmong American woman. She loves InterVarsity’s emphasis on engaging other cultures and different forms of worship. Even after five years, the teachings and experiences of Urbana 12 continue to disciple and take deeper root in Naomi’s life--to love God’s people, Church, and creation. Naomi currently lives in Madison, Wisconsin.
“Anything my mom makes.”
“Acts is my favorite book of the Bible.”
If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go?
Donut or scone? Coffee or tea?
“Almond raspberry scone & tea (fresh mint leaves, black with cream and honey, green tea, bubble tea).”
What’s on your bucket list?
When I think of college, I think of …
“all the weird but interesting and awesome people I became friends with.”
What are you reading right now?
“Right now, I am reading Silence by Shusaku Endo.”