Linh Song has worked in the nonprofit sector for over 20 years, supporting child advocacy, public schools, anti-trafficking and international adoption, and tech startups. Linh and her husband Dug founded The Song Foundation to invest in the innovative people and organizations who are improving the quality of life for all in Southeast Michigan and helping to build a more just and equitable world. As the firstborn American in her family, Linh has the experience of coming from a refugee family and is committed to addressing social, racial, and economic inequities.
Linh holds two degrees from the University of Michigan, including a Master of Social Work. She serves on Ann Arbor’s City Council, as co-chair for Michigan Reproductive Rights for All, and as a board member for Jewish Family Services Ann Arbor, Michigan Municipal League Foundation, and The Song Foundation.