Mai Vo (she/hers) is a native of Hanoi, Vietnam and spent part of her childhood in Bangladesh, Dhaka. She recently graduated from Trinity University with a B.M. in Piano Performance and a B.A. in Communication, minoring in Film Studies. Upon graduation, Mai will be earning her Masters of Arts in Global Entertainment and Music Business at Berklee College of Music in Valencia, Spain with a concentration on Live Entertainment/Record Label. She is the director of "To Live To Tell" (2022), a documentary about the way that Vietnamese refugees and overseas Vietnamese use music to construct bicultural identities in a new land. Additionally, she was the voice behind San Antonio's Jazz Calendars between 2020-2022, and the executive producer of No Borders 2.0 at KRTU 91.7 FM 2021-2022, a show that highlights indie, jazz, and alternative artists, and the Lead Marketing Coordinator for The Purpose Planners, a small female-owned planners business in San Antonio since 2020.

Mai is passionate about storytelling and representation of marginalized groups, focusing on intergenerational trauma, intersectional Asian identities, and music. In addition, she is interested in the preservation of traditional art forms and music education for youth and wants to start a non-profit focusing on these matters in Southeast Asia. She currently volunteers with Sunflower Mission to fundraise for schools in Southern Vietnam, and is representing Trinity at the Asian Americans Advancing Justice's 2022 Youth Leadership Summit to discuss policy issues from college campuses to Capitol Hill. She wants to work closely with creatives, especially Asian and Asian American artists, to help them explore and navigate their musical journey.