People’s Advisory Board
about the advisory board
People's Advisory Board (Pab/Helping)

Submit an application today! Limited Seats!

Our community members are our greatest asset when building a vibrant Hmong and BIPOC community.

The People's Advisory Board is a body that provides non-binding strategic advice to the PABNEEG. The informal nature of this advisory board will give us greater flexibility in structure and management compared to the board of directors.

The People Advisory Board will meet ad hoc and quarterly to remain updated and give educated feedback and insight to the PABNEEG Board of Directors.

Being a member of the PABNEEG Advisory Board provides you with a unique opportunity to:

  • Contribute to the success of the local Hmong and BIPOC community.
  • Assist in program design by providing vital input and influencing our solutions roadmap.
  • Promote your expertise, knowledge, and services you provide.
  • Be our ambassadors and effectively spread the word about PABNEEG's program services, events, fundraisers, etc.
  • Expand your network and meet people with similar interests.

PABNEEG is a dynamic organization that will need the support and input of the community.

Best Regards,


Yangmee Lor / Founder


Pheng Lee / Founder

People Power
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Current PAB members 2022 - 2023
Ashelie Skalicky
Ashelie Skalicky

Cert. | Life & Transformational Coach

Ashelie is a daughter of God, wife, mother, entrepreneur, investor and Life Coach and loves what she does! She empowers women to take control of their lives and live it abundantly! Since a young age, Ashelie has always found herself empowering others around her to chase their dreams and not let fear stop them. Typically, she would be the one out front leading the pack.  After working in multiple businesses over the years, the one thing she found herself in love with the most was the training and coaching calls. Ashelie felt and saw that she was really making a difference in people’s lives. After 10 years in network marketing, God called her away to chase her true passion... coaching! Ashelie became certified in health, life and transformational coaching through the Health Coach Institute.  

Sekia Lor
Sekia Lor

B.S. | Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Hello, I’m Miss Sekia Lor!  I am currently a grad student at the University of Denver studying Higher Education. I finished school to become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and studying to get my RDN license.
I love running and recently became an Official Hmong Marathon Runner! My first marathon (26.2 miles) was the Denver Colfax Marathon in October 2021.  I love working with students and helping them find their passions, and I want to continue to pave the path for our community to move forward.
Follow me and my marathon journey by adding me on Facebook!
Bouasvanh Lor
Bouasvanh Lor

B.S. | Hmong Culture Camp

Bouasvanh Lor is the founder of Hmong Culture Camp, a program that is dedicated to teaching youth about the Hmong language and culture. She recognizes the importance of bridging generations as a way to keep it alive. Her program thrives by communicating with all generations to provide quality Hmong language and culture lessons to the community Bouasvanh is a graduate of the California State University of Stanislaus with a Bachelor’s in Business and an emphasis in Marketing. Her passion for the Hmong community was heightened after a trip to visit Hmong villages and being introduced to Hmong refugees in Thailand where she recognized that if future generations did not learn about their culture and language that it would die out, and very quickly. After her return home, Bouasvanh retaught herself how to read and write in Hmong so that she can pass it down to younger generations..
Iona Long Soldier

B.A. | Community Organizer

Iona who is Lakota Native & African American who has a passion for Racial Justice and a heart for the marginalized people in the world. She is an experienced community organizer and coalition builder. Some of the work she has done includes; recruiting diverse community members to fight for justice and equity in the public arena, Race & Gender Dynamics, and working on issues of gender and gender responsiveness by providing gender-related capacity building partner organizations with the National Native American AIDS Prevention Center and much more. She was a part of the Diversity & Inclusion Board Member in Commerce City, a volunteer with Servicios de la Raza, and the Community Advisory Council Member for the National Native American Aids Prevention Center.
Saeng Mallek

M.B.A | Project Manager

Saeng Inthavong Mallek is a Senior Construction Project Manager for a large non-profit organization.  She received her Bachelor's degree in Architecture and her MBA from the University of Colorado.  

Saeng is from Houei Sai, Laos.  At the age of 3, she emigrated from Thailand to the United States with her parents.  She currently resides in Colorado, where she enjoys the great outdoors.  In her spare time she enjoys traveling, scuba diving and cooking for her food business, My Asian Dish. 

As a volunteer with PABNEEG, Saeng's area of focus is affordable housing. Increasing awareness, providing resources and supporting families builds stronger communities.

Afu Xing Vue
Afu Xing Vue

Student | Inspiring Mechanical Engineer

Afu Xing is an inspiring mechanical engineer that is pursuing a graduate degree. He was the former President of the Hmong Student Association of Colorado, a student group geared toward promoting higher education for young Hmong students to continue after high school. Today he is a member of the Society of Hispanic Professionals of Engineers, an organization that raises awareness, provides access and prepares Hispanic students and professionals to become leaders in the STEM field. With proven project leadership experience in projects such as the Community Gym Project which finished in the top 3 for the Milestone Awards by CU Denver and Westminster Community Rise Project, Afu Xing has the essential youth leadership skills to contribute to building a vibrant community.

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Hollie Vang

B.S. | Owner of Lending Hands Home Care

Lending Hands Home Care

My name is Hollie Vang. My husband, Shoua Vang, and I own Lending Hands Home Care, a home came care agency serving the Westminster area and its surrounding counties. I graduated from Bryant & Stratton with my Bachelor of Science majoring in Health Service Administration in 2016.

I relocate to Colorado with my husband and our 3 children ages 18, 14, and 13. My family and I hope to make an impact here in Westminster and its surrounding cities. We would like to offer our services to the community by helping families keep their loved ones in the comfort of their homes. Feel free to give me a call at 720-499-6250 Monday thru Friday from 9-5. I will do my best to help you and your family.

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Jacky Lor

Owner of Denver Love Dental

Denver Love Dental

Hello! Jacky here! I was born in California, but raised in Minnesota. I have a degree in early childhood education. Why change to dentistry you ask? Well, besides being able to work with Dr. Aaron, I also enjoy helping patients, but in different ways. I like to view myself as the patient’s advocate. As someone who didn’t go to the dentist, I understand the fear or worries people have. I am here to let all our patients know that it is never too late to start, and that you will not be judged here. I’ve got your back.

As small business owners, my husband and I would like to help share our experiences with others who are seeking to become a dentist or start their own small business.

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