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Christine Do is CEO of Soft Tech Consulting, based in Chantilly, VA. At 17, Soft Tech Consulting founder Christine Do was forced out of war-ridden Saigon by the American withdrawal from the Vietnam War. Her family immigrated to the United States and found their way to a small town in upstate New York, where they made a home. Today her company provides a range of technology consulting services from its offices near Washington, D.C. “I think coming to the U.S. and leaving everything behind was actually the best thing that could happen to our family,” Do told Inc. in 2010, when she was chosen as one of the Top 10 Asian Entrepreneurs.
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