Episode 10: Victor Nguyễn-Long on marketing for good and stopping Asian hate
In episode 10, Victor and Jeffrey discuss Victor’s Vietnamese-American upbringing, how he went from studying engineering to a career in marketing, voter turnout activism, raising millions to stop Asian hate, bridging the political divide, Web3 and NFTs, and much more…
Victor Nguyễn-Long is a Vietnamese American freelance Creative Director working at the intersection of pop culture, politics, and activism. Most recently, he spent the 2020 election as Creative Director for ACRONYM and led creative production for their $100 million digital effort to help elect President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. Before jumping into politics, he spent 17 years helping some of the world’s greatest brands create more meaningful relationships with their consumers, having led experience innovation at Audi, digital and social media marketing for Nike Sportswear, and collegiate marketing at Red Bull. When not consulting for consumer brands like YouTube, GoFundMe, Uber Eats, and Converse, he’s in constant search of ways to inspire a new era of American civic engagement through creativity and pop culture.