Tan Vu is Director of Center for Digital Inclusion and Technology at People’s Emergency Center (PEC). He has a Bachelor’s in Biological Sciences and Psychology with a minor in Spanish from University of California, Irvine and a Master’s of Public Health from University of California, Berkeley. As an “accidental techie”, Tan is Comptia A+ and Microsoft certified professional. As Peace Corps volunteer in 2000, he created the first community computer center in a small town of Oropolí, Honduras. In 2003, he deployed a piloted 10-block wi-fi hotspot for PEC low-income families in West Philadelphia. In 2010, he collaborated with the City of Philadelphia and Urban Affairs Coalition to launch 20 of the 80 KEYSPOTS in Philadelphia and implement digital literacy programs in 36 community centers. Since KEYSPOTS launch in 2011, PEC has served over 85,000 people and delivered over 200,000 of training hours. In 2013, Tan was chosen by Philadelphia Business Journal as Top IT Pro in Non-profit/Government Agency.