Dear Asian Americans

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Meet Eurae Muhn, Associate Professor of English at Montgomery College in Rockville Maryland. Join us as we learn about Eurae's unique American immigrant origin story, her time with Teach For America, and why she chooses to stay teaching at the community college level for the rest of her career.

Show Notes

Meet Eurae Muhn!

We celebrate both her academic and professional successes in finding a true calling teaching students.

We support her work in teaching students at the community level and approaching her work with humanity in kindness.

We are inspired by her dedication to teaching students who are underserved to work towards closing the achievement gap.


Eurae Muhn is an Associate Professor of English at Montgomery College and a former Teach For America fellow. She is an experienced educator and program coordinator with a demonstrated history of creating innovative change in the higher education industry. Skilled in Nonprofit Organizations, Curriculum Development, Public Speaking, Fundraising, and Program Development. Strong education professional with a Master of Arts (M.A.) focused in English Language and Literature/Letters from Georgetown University.


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Dear Asian Americans,
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Your Fellow Asian Americans