Post the Vietnam War, Mr. Lor’s parents fled to Thailand from the jungle of Laos to escape genocide from the communist regime. Lor was born in a refugee camp called Banh Vinai. Shortly after, his family immigrated to the United States and settled in Fresno, California. Dao grew up in a low-income, farming family. He has four siblings – two brothers and two sisters, making him the middle child and middle son. He studied psychology and business at California State University, Fresno, and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2017. Dao’s former work experience includes flipping burgers, mentoring young students, car sales, managing a security firm, program management, business consultation, and managing his family farm. Currently, Dao serves as the Program Outreach Supervisor for The Fresno Center, formerly known as The Fresno Center for New American. His responsibilities include managing a team to conduct outreach education regarding the Corona Virus Disease 2019 or COVID-19. In addition, Dao also has a consulting firm, Vanglory Consulting, where he provides technical assistance to small businesses. Overall, Dao enjoys sharing ideas to inspire others and exploring new business adventures. In his spare time, Dao enjoys watching E-sports competitions.