Khanh is the executive director of United at Home and a certified designated manager for the In-Home program at United In-Home Care. She is a Webster University alumni with a bachelor’s degree in Communications minoring in Management. A past international research assistant intern at the World Trade Center Saint Louis, Khanh has been involved in the community for many years, with numerous non-profit organizational experiences.
Having been surrounded by many community leaders, Khanh noticed many elders in her community were not aware of the abundance of resources available to them. This research led her to established United At Home and United In-Home Care, a state-funded Home Health program that gives the underserved elders and disabled adults and children an opportunity to live in their own home longer by hiring their chosen caregiver. In 2017, she co-founded United Community Resources (UCoRe) to help educate and connect the underserved minorities with resources in the community.